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Biden’s dog Major is going to get ‘additional training’ and its not cheap
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President Joe Biden’s dog Major is going to receive extra behavioral training and it doesn't come cheap.
News of the 3-year-old German shepherd’s schooling comes from Press Secretary Michael LaRosa, who works under first lady Jill Biden.
"Major, the Bidens’ younger dog, will undergo some additional training to help him adjust to life in the White House," LaRosa told FOX Business. "The off-site, private training will take place in the Washington, D.C. area, and it is expected to last a few weeks."
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At most pet store chains, dog training programs can cost hundreds of dollars for just a few sessions.
Petco offers private classes that can range between $89 for a single lesson and $299 for a package of six, according to rates listed on its website. Group classes can run for $149 for six curated lessons, $249 for 12 weeks of training and $379 for 19 weeks.