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Obama's dog Sunny reportedly bites White House guest

An 18-year-old visiting the White House was reportedly bitten by the Obama's dog, Sunny

An 18-year-old visiting the White House was reportedly bitten by the Obama's dog, Sunny  (Reuters)

A White House visitor suffered a cut below her eye Monday after she was bitten by the first family's dog, Sunny, TMZ.com reported.

The 18-year-old, who was not identified, was bitten when she went to pet the 4-year-old Portuguese Water Dog, the report, which was published Thursday, said.

The bite left a gash under the girl’s eye and she was treated by the Obama's family doctor who said she needed stitches.

This is not the first time Sunny made headlines. In 2013, the $2,500-dog jumped on a toddler during a holiday party while being held by the first lady. In that instance, the girl was fine, Sunny even reportedly licked her face.