The Biden family just welcomed a second White House pup, Major, into their home recently, but it appears their furry friend will not be lounging around the Oval Office any time soon. Major, a two-year-old German Shepherd, has reportedly been banished from the White House after he bit someone on the grounds. Though details regarding the incident remain scarce, Major is said to have bitten both a member of the National Park Service and the Secret Service. It was reported that Major attacked a Secret Service agent while out on a walk with First Lady Jill Biden, prompting the agent to receive medical attention at a nearby hospital shortly afterward. As a result of the incident, the Biden family has decided to get rid of Major, who was moved to an undisclosed location last week. Major’s future is still unclear though, as the Bidens have not disclosed whether they intend to give him away or adopt him out. The Biden family has already faced their share of pet drama due to their other pup, Major’s predecessor: Champ. Champ was the center of a controversy soon after moving into the White House, when it was revealed that the 14-year-old German Shepherd was adopted from an animal shelter in Delaware and not bred professionally as the Bidens had previously claimed. Whether it’s Major or Champ causing problems, it’s clear that the Bidens’ furry friends still need to learn some White House etiquette before they can become trusted companions for the President and his family. Unfortunately for Major, his misbehavior in the Oval Office has earned him a one-way ticket off the grounds – for now.