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Biden saw his dog, Commander, repeatedly attack Secret Service personnel: report

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President Biden reportedly witnessed his aggressive dog, Commander, attack U.S. Secret Service (USSS) agents multiple times, one of whom urged the use of a muzzle, according to newly released recordings.

The letters, obtained by Judicial Watch, described her life with Biden, including trips to the emergency room and the tailor.

Multiple USSS officials said the attack occurred while President Biden was walking his dog and that the president witnessed the incident firsthand.

Records show Biden’s dog, Commander, attacked Secret Service members at least 24 times

U.S. President Joe Biden’s dog, Commander, watches over him as he departs from the South Lawn of the White House on June 25, 2022 in Washington, DC. (Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)

Bite marks on General Biden's suit jacket

The Biden family’s dog, Commander, has repeatedly attacked U.S. Secret Service agents. (Judicial Watch via U.S. Secret Service)

Other emails shared by staffers included one suggesting the First Family buy muzzles for their German shepherds.

“TMZ reports a dog bite at the White House! Can you please find a way to muzzle this dog?” an official with the US Secret Service’s Safety, Health and Environment Division said in an email.

A member of the Secret Service said the encounter with the commander-in-chief happened on Sept. 13, 2023, when Biden had taken his dog for an evening walk at Kennedy Gardens.

“As I began to walk toward him to see if he needed help, the Commander ran between his legs and bit my left arm through the front of my jacket,” the USSS agent wrote. “I pulled my arm away and yelled, ‘No!’ The President yelled as well. [redacted] To the Commander in Chief: [redacted]I complied and the Commander let me pet him.”

Biden’s dog, commander, terrorized Secret Service with ‘highly aggressive’ attack: Emails

“As I turned to close the door, the commander jumped again and bit me a second time on my left arm. The President again yelled at the commander and put him on a lead,” he added. “My suit coat had three holes, one going all the way through. No skin was broken.”

Commander Biden

President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden sit with their new dog, Commander, at the White House in 2021. (Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images)

Other correspondence included a sergeant writing in an email that “the officer may need to go to hospital following a dog bite.”

In a separate email exchange, Anthony Guglielmi, director of communications for the U.S. Secret Service, wrote about another exchange with a commander in chief:

“Yesterday at approximately 8 p.m., a uniformed Secret Service officer came into contact with a First Family pet and was bitten,” Guglielmi wrote. “The officer was treated by medical staff at the facility, but we are not aware of any reports of him being hospitalized.”

Bite marks on General Biden's suit jacket

Judicial Watch obtained images from the US Secret Service showing bite marks on the men’s suit jackets. (Judicial Watch via U.S. Secret Service)

On September 26, 2023, a series of media outlets contacted Guglielmi, confirming reports that additional female USSS officers had been bitten.

Biden’s dog bites White House staffer

Bite marks on General Biden's suit jacket

Stab wounds on the coat jacket of a US Secret Service agent. (Judicial Watch via U.S. Secret Service)

The update on the commander’s biting habits comes following earlier reports that the German shepherd bit and attacked at least 24 USSS personnel between October 2022 and July 2023.

Incidents involving dogs began occurring one after another, and pet fights began breaking out in the following locations: White HouseWilmington, Delaware, Camp David, and Biden’s beach house in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.

Biden's dog commander

President Biden’s dog, German shepherd Commander, sits on the Truman Balcony at the White House on September 30, 2023 in Washington, DC. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Senator)

The commander-in-chief’s arrival at the White House was announced by Biden. Previously owned dogMajor also engaged in aggressive behavior, including biting Secret Service and White House staff.

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After a series of attacks, the commander-in-chief eventually left the White House to live with other family members.

Fox News Digital has reached out to the first lady’s office for comment.

Fox News Digital’s Greg Wehner contributed to this report.

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