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LATE PRESIDENT H.W. BUSH'S SERVICE DOG TO HELP WOUNDED US VETS
The 2-year-old yellow Labrador retriever joined Walter Reed National Military Medical Center's dog program to help wounded veterans on Wednesday. Sully was administered an oath to "support, comfort and cheer warriors and their families."
"Each hour he touches 12 lives. So he's going to touch thousands upon thousands of lives here at Walter Reed.” ((SB: John Miller, President, America's VetDogs))
Now called Sully H.W. Bush, he received a new vest and is considered a Navy hospital corpsman second class.
Sully's Instagram posted: he looks forward to continuing his mission "as my best friend wanted me to."
Sully served Bush for six months until the former president died in November.