George H.W. Bush's Service Dog Gets New Job Helping Veterans And Service Members
Former President George H.W.
Bush’s service dog, Sully H.W.
Bush has found a new job.
He recently took an oath to serve at Walter Reed National Medical Center.
He will be helping disabled American veteran and active-duty service members.
According to Reuters, Sully H.W.
Bush is known for his loyalty to the 41st U.S. president.
After Bush died in 2018, Sully faithfully laid down beside Bush’s casket, guarding him until the last moment.