Biden’s dog, Commander, bit a Secret Service agent while the president was walking him, records show – KVNU

Commander, the first family’s embattled German shepherd, bit another U.S. Secret Service agent as President Joe Biden was showing him around the White House grounds, newly released records show.

Biden was walking with Commander in the Kennedy Garden on September 12, 2023, when the dog bit a Secret Service agent who approached the president to help him with something, according to data obtained by conservative activist group Judicial Watch and reviewed by ABC News.

“When I tried to walk over to see if he needed help, the commander ran through his legs and bit my left arm through the front of my jacket. I pulled my arm away and shouted no,” said an email from an unnamed officer. “As he turned to close the door, the commander jumped again and bit my left arm for the second time.”

PHOTO: In a photo from a FOIA document obtained by Judicial Watch, an unnamed U.S. Secret Service agent's jacket is shown with bite marks on it from a biting incident of Commander Biden on September 12, 2023.

In a photo from a FOIA document obtained by Judicial Watch, an unnamed U.S. Secret Service agent’s jacket is shown with bite marks on it from a biting incident of Commander Biden on September 12, 2023.

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The emails were part of Judicial Watch’s lawsuit over U.S. Secret Service emails via a Freedom of Information Act.

The email shows that although no skin was broken, there were dog bites in the officer’s jacket.

After it was reported in the press that another officer had been bitten, frustration set in for at least one officer, the emails show.

PHOTO: In this June 21, 2022, file photo, President Joe Biden walks with his dog Commander in the White House Rose Garden in Washington, D.C.

In this June 21, 2022, file photo, President Joe Biden walks with his dog Commander in the White House Rose Garden in Washington, D.C.

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“Can we please find a way to get this dog muzzled,” the unnamed officer wrote.

The dog was moved from the White House in October due to a series of more than 11 biting incidents, according to an ABC News count.

In one incident, a Secret Service uniformed officer had to be taken to the hospital after being bitten by the commander.