It was reported last week that the youngest dog Biden had bitten a staff member again, after the animal was also guilty of it in March. According to Millan, this is not due to Major, but to his surroundings. He informed this Fox news.
“Animals react to what is going on around them. And a lot has changed for Major, a young dog who comes from the shelter and suddenly lives in the White House from his familiar surroundings. The house is different, the garden is different and there are many more people present, who are completely unknown to him. This causes a lot of stress for such an animal. Apparently, there is no standard White House safety procedure for acclimating animals to their surroundings. That’s why you can’t blame the dog for behaving like this, ”Cesar said.
He continues, “A dog has to trust the people around him and that doesn’t happen overnight. There is time and patience, but when the time is right, everything is fine. If everyone follows certain rules and is consistent, then everyone is Major’s best friend. People have to be able to speak the language of dogs to understand this because a dog cannot speak our language. Major is a wonderful dog and needs time. I think it’s really disgusting that some people say he should be injected after his second incident. So you really didn’t get it. A dog needs to be helped by the people around him and if it doesn’t work immediately then you need to take extra time for it.
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