Dog Experts Come to SHOCKING Conclusion on White House Biting Incidents

The Joe Biden presidency was seen by many in the nation as a “return to normalcy”, at least politically.  That was the whole point of his nomination in the first place:  To give Americans who may have been on-edge during the Trump presidency an escape hatch back to boring political machinations.

And, for some, one of the major indicators of this return to the status quo was the fact that Joe Biden was going to bring dogs back to the White House.  In fact, he would be brining the first ever rescue dog into the Oval Office.

That was neat, sure, for a minute.  Now there are all sorts of behavioral problems at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, and dog experts say it’s not just the dog who’s participating in it.

High-profile dog experts are speaking out about what they believe is really causing President Biden’s dog Major to act out after he reportedly bit two people at the White House in recent weeks, according to a report.

Cesar Millan, known for the Emmy-nominated television series “Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan,” described the White House environment as “a place full of tension.” He said the problem doesn’t lie with Major, but the situation and people the dog is surrounded by.

And that’s not all:

“It’s not the dog,” he told Politico. “What Major is saying is that he doesn’t feel safe yet. And if he doesn’t feel safe, he can’t trust. And if he can’t trust, he can’t feel calm.”

Professional dog trainer Larry Krohn said a dog’s behavior, whether it’s good or bad, is created in the environment that the canine lives in. “Where it spends its time. The people it spends its time with,” he said.

While neither of Major’s biting incidents were too terribly serious, the behavior itself is what  has alarmed these professionals.