The 41st president of the United States, George H.W. Bush, died last Friday at the age of 94. A photo has since circulated online showing his service dog lying down in front of his casket on Sunday.
– George H.W. Bush died on Friday at the age of 94.
– His service dog, Sully, has been by his casket since then.
– The dog will be traveling to…
The photo was tweeted by the spokesman for the Bush family and captioned it with the words, “mission complete.” Bush’s son, Jeb Bush, retweeted the photo and said that the dog, Sully, has the watch. Accordingly, the service dog will travel with the casket to Washington, D.C. The service dog is a two-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever and became the service dog for the late president last June.
The service dog was of great help to the late president because he already exhibited signs of Parkinson’s disease. He had difficulties in moving and balancing. The service dog opened doors for him, asked for help whenever needed, and picked up things for the late president.
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