President Joe Biden's dog Commander bit another Secret Service officer on Monday, according to a statement from a Secret Service spokesperson.
If I had a dog that bit one person, let alone 11, I would have some kind of law enforcement, and or lawyers at my front door. (Yeah I know, it's a "whatsboutisim")Judicial Watch has nothing better to do?
Maybe they should re-name themselves Dog Watch.
U.S. Secret Service emails obtained by Judicial Watch in July via a Freedom of Information Act request describe 10 incidents of the German Shepherd biting people in a four-month period -- including one incident that resulted in the victim, a Secret Service agent, being transported to a hospital after getting treatment from White House medical personnel, according to the emails.
His Brother James gifted him the dog in December 2021.Who cares. That is not Biden's fault and I think there is a lot wrong with Biden. I bet Biden didn't even pick his own dog. It was likely just given to him and he just shrugged and went, "You're the boss."
My guess is poor socialization/training of a very protective breed. The dog should be moved from the WH as this is creating a stressful environment for it.Really make one wonder though, what are they doing to that poor dog .............. someone should call PETA and have the dog examined.
My guess is poor socialization/training of a very protective breed. The dog should be moved from the WH as this is creating a stressful environment for it.
From the article, "The family also has a cat, Willow."
Which hasn't been seen since January 2022.
I really shouldn't have to explain it, but I was mocking the poor decision making in letting a vicious german shepherd remain at the white house as a pet for the president.