I agree completely. And - it isn't just making German Shepherds look bad, it is making rescue dogs look bad. My last three dogs were shelter dogs. All were/are wonderful. Surely, the White House can manage to provide a safe space for the dogs and hire someone to train and/or be responsible for them. Anyone of us would be held accountable, if it was our dog who bit two people.They need to find a better trainer and start muzzling the dog. He is giving the GSD a bad rep and it's not the dog's fault
But we really don't know. This second one was an employee working outside. Stopped working to receive care, inexcusable. Not interacting with the dog per the skimpy report. Employees should not have to watch their back not knowing if a grown GSD is going to bite/nip them. It's massively different to me if a dog can't be kept under control by whoever is in charge of it. Hope there aren't ever unknown young children around.No "injuries" no bites. Nips perhaps, but blown way out of proportion by the press!
Not saying the Bidens shouldn't look seriously at their dog's management. But really? A GSD Bite requires stitches!