Records Show Joe Biden Witnessed Multiple Attacks by His Dog

Records that were previously unavailable reveal that President Biden saw multiple instances where his German Shepherd, Commander, attacked U.S. Secret Service (USSS) personnel.

In one instance, an angry individual even suggested using a muzzle on the dangerous dog.

Daily life with Commander Biden frequently involved visits to the Emergency Room. According to several USSS personnel, the attacks occurred while Biden was out walking the dog, and the president personally witnessed the incidents.

According to recently surfaced records, the number of dog attacks involving Commander and former first dog Major could exceed three dozen. The White House stated that Commander was given away in February after terrorizing professionals assigned to protect Biden for over two years. Major, his other aggressive dog, was taken away in 2021 after also attacking personnel.

In his inaugural year, the president accused a Secret Service agent of falsely reporting an assault by Major. An informant from the Secret Service related an event involving Commander that occurred on September 13, 2023, while Biden was taking an evening stroll with his dog in the Kennedy Garden.

Several places, including the White House, Camp David, Wilmington, Delaware, and Biden’s beach house in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, were involved in the chain reaction of events, including fights with family pets.

There is mounting outrage about the animals’ treatment, according to the most current batch of agency documents. Following yet another assault by Commander on September 25, 2023, a sergeant from the uniformed branch of the Secret Service spoke with a colleague about a dog bite. According to earlier reports, another member of the Secret Service was seen in a hospital.

An agent was brutally taken down outside the East Wing in June 2023 by Commander, who then stitched up their severely injured arm. Because of the blood on the floors at the foyer that connects the East Wing to the White House, East Wing Tours were temporarily halted for approximately 20 minutes.