'Dog Whisperer' Cesar Millan Defends Major Biden Following Biting Incidents | 22 Words

President Biden's adorable pooch Major has reportedly been part of several incidents with staff - and now a "dog whisperer" has spoken out in support of the pet.

It seems as though President Biden's dogs have been feeling the pressure of living in the White House...

And it's resulted in a pretty serious incident.

Now, Biden's dogs have been taking the spotlight over the last couple of months.

Champ and Major have well and truly captured hearts all around the world.

They moved into the White House on January 25th...

And while most people have fallen in love with the pooches, it seems they've been finding presidential life pretty difficult.

Just under 2 months ago, one of Joe Biden's dogs - 2-year-old Major - was honored in an "Indoguration..."

Hosted by Delaware Humane Association and Pumpkin Pet Insurance.

The event was hosted by NBC Today Show's Jill Martin who explained that Major couldn't attend the Indoguration as "he and Champ are hard at work in preparation for their big move this week."

The event even gave participants the chance to nominate their animals for a position in Major's cabinet.

Singer Josh Groban closed the show with a performance of Patti Page's 1952 hit "(How Much Is) That Doggie In The Window?"

Rewriting the lyrics to say "I'm adopting that doggie in the window."

Offering his congratulations, Groban said, "Many animals have been in the White House but Major Biden will be the first rescue dog in the White House, which is why we're here."

He also added, "In this crazy, insane, divided world, we need animals to bring us together."

US Today reportedย that Stephanie Shain, the chief operating officer for the regional sheltering organization Humane Rescue Alliance, said, "Why not a rescue? Why not a shelter?"

"There remains a lot of misconceptions about animals in shelters still today and the biggest hurdle animals in shelters face is getting people in front of them."

The ceremony also included a video of the day Biden officially adopted Major from the shelter and videos of animals at DHA waiting to find a forever home...

Which was very cute, we must say.

And while many people have shared their love for Biden's four-legged friends...

It seems like the pair were too aggressive for the white house.

People were shocked by the news...

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Major and Champ were sent back to the family home in Delaware last month ...

Following some unsavory behavior at the White House, involving a biting incident.

Major reportedly bit a White House security guard and seemed pretty unnerved around the residence...

Charging, jumping, and barking at staff.

And while Champ didn't do anything to cause alarm, it seems he's being roped in too...

He's been sent back to Wilmington with Major.

Even though he's thirteen years old...

And has taken the whole move in his stride.

And now famous "dog whisperer" Cesar Milan has spoken out in defense of Major.

"Animals do react from the energy in the environment, but this is a perfect example of not having a safety protocol to introduce dogs into the White House, right?" he asked.

"So, it's the same protocol for any house. It's just accidents happen because there is no safe protocol."

"So we can't blame the dog."

"That's the first thing we have to understand is, we can't blame the dog."

"We have to take full responsibility of how to introduce a dog into an environment first, and then introduce the dog to new people so he gains the trust, the respect and the love."