Late former president George H.W. Bush had a service dog when he was still alive. The dog has been very loyal to Bush and has received a lot of awards. The latest award is a statue of the service doggo the placed in the east wing of the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Texas.
– The former service dog of the late former President George H.W. Bush will be honored again.
– This time, it is through a bronze statue.
– The statue of the doggo will be at…
The service dog, Sully, became famous last year after he was photographed guarding the coffin of Bush. Bush and Sully have been together since June of 2018 and has been the late former president’s companion in most of his hospitalizations.
Per America’s VetDogs, the nonprofit organization that trained Sully, said that the dog statue will feature Sully in a sitting position with his leash in his mouth. This will depict the “retrieve” task of assistance dogs. The statue will also feature the doggo wearing the America’s VetDogs service dog vest with the Great Seal of the United States.
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