One of the Bidens' two German Shepherds, three-year-old Major, will get "additional training" to help him adjust to life in the White House following two biting incidents in March, CNN White House correspondent Kate Bennett said, quoting the first lady's press secretary.
Major's training will reportedly last a few weeks.
Major is the younger of the Bidens' two German Shepherds. The Bidens adopted him as a puppy from Delaware Humane Association in 2018. Their other dog, Champ, is 13 years old and had already spent some time in the White House while Biden was vice president.