President Biden's dog 'Commander' bit another Secret Service agent for the 11th time in less than a year. On Monday the two-year-old German shepherd chomped down on an agent who then received medical treatment from White House medical staff.
Elizabeth Alexander, a communications director for First Lady Jill Biden issued a statement about Commander:
“The White House can be a stressful environment for family pets, and the first family continues to work on ways to help Commander handle the often-unpredictable nature of the White House grounds.”
She also said White House staff is working on new leashing protocols and additional training for the young dog. The Biden family's other German shepherd, Major has also had behavioral and biting issues involving White House personnel. He was removed from the White House and now stays in the Bidens' family home in Delaware.