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Presidential Service Dog Sully Returns To Long Island

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Presidential Service Dog Sully Returns To Long Island

Presidential Service Dog Sully Returns To Long Island

The yellow lab stood by Former President George H.W.

Bush's side while living in Houston, until the 41st President's death on November 30.

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