Another Biden Dog Has Bitten Several Secret Service Agents

President Biden’s dog Commander. Photo: Twitter/@POTUS

By Steve Neavling

Bad boy, Commander. 

Between October 2022 and January 2023, President Biden’s dog bit Secret Service officers at least 10 times, and one bite was so bad that a law enforcement officer was sent to the hospital with injuries to the arm and thigh, the Associated Press reports

The nearly 2-year-old German shepherd arrived at the White House in 2021 and has struggled to adapt to his new surroundings, according to emails obtained by Judicial Watch, a Washington-based conservative group. 

The White House and Secret Service seemed to downplay the situation. 

In an email, Elizabeth Alexander, communications director for first lady Jill Biden, said the White House is a “unique and often stressful environment” for family pets and that the Biden family was “working through ways to make this situation better for everyone.”

In a separate email, Anthony Guglielmi, chief spokesperson for the Secret Service, said his agency for decades has “navigated how best to operate around family pets and these incidents are no exception. We take the safety and wellbeing of our employees extremely seriously.”

Biden’s brother James gave Commander to Biden in December 2021 as a gift. 

The president’s previous German shepherd, Major, was removed from the White House after similar biting incidents involving Secret Service agents and White House staff. Agents were reportedly furious about Major’s behavior and accused the White House of downplaying bite injuries. 

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