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Bush's dog, Sully, ready for a return to service

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Bush's dog, Sully, ready for a return to service

Bush's dog, Sully, ready for a return to service

Fulfilling former President George H.W.

Bush's wish, his service dog Sully will work with other veterans at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center's Facility Dog Program after temporarily returning to America's VetDogs in Smithtown, New York.

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Bush's dog, Sully, ready for a return to service

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ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Fulfilling former President George H.W.

Bush's wish, his service dog Sully will work with other veterans at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center's Facility Dog Program.

Sully returned to America's VetDogs in Smithtown, New York for a temporary stay before joining Walter Reed.

After former first lady Barbara Bush passed away in April 2018, the two-year-old yellow Labrador Retriever Sully was placed with the former president in June.

Valerie Cramer, America's VetDogs service dog program manager, said it was "an absolutely perfect match".

Sully became an internet sensation after being photographed lying next to his late master's coffin.




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