WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden’s dogs Champ and Major are roaming the White House again, having been sent to Delaware when Major, the youngest dog, injured a Secret Service agent.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said at Wednesday’s briefing that the dogs met the Bidens last weekend at Camp David in Maryland and returned to Washington on Sunday.
The dogs had been to Biden’s home state of Delaware, where Major received additional training after being caught by a Secret Service agent who received a minor injury from the altercation. One of the two German shepherds waited on the White House balcony Tuesday night when Marine One landed on the south lawn, having brought the president back from a speech in Columbus, Ohio.
“Dogs come and go and it won’t be unusual for them to return to Delaware from time to time, as the president and the first lady do,” Psaki said.