George W. Bush’s Service Dog, Sully, Gets a New Assignment


Gianna Rispoli

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Due to the unfortunate passing of George W. Bush, Sully, Bush’s service dog, is getting a new job. Sully officially joined the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center’s Facility Dog Program on February 27. He will be working with Navy veterans to provide them comfort and support. The yellow labrador had to agree to an oath in order to join the program. The oath read, “Sully H.W. Bush, do you affirm — or pant — as a hospital corpsman in the United States Navy that you will support, comfort and cheer our warriors and their families, active duty and retired?” Sully “shook” his paw in agreement to the oath.  Sully is an amazing service dog; George W. Bush called him a “beautiful” and obedient companion when he joined his family in June 2018. Best of luck to Sully and the veterans who have served our country proud!