George H.W. Bush’s Service Dog Sully Honors Late President on Memorial Day

President HW Bush's service dog Sully honors late president
Photo courtesy Sully's Instagram

The late President George H.W. Bush’s service dog, Sully H.W. Bush, is remembering his late owner during Memorial Day.

Sully’s Instagram account posted a precious photo of the dog seated in front of George H.W.’s plaque in the National World War II Memorial in Washington D.C.

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“Each of the patriots whom we remember on this day was first a beloved son or daughter, a brother or sister, or a spouse, friend, and neighbor” – George H.W. Bush.  Always thinking of my best friend & the bravest military in the world 🇺🇸 who made the ultimate sacrifice while defending our country for our freedoms,” the caption read.

Sully was by the president’s side until his last day on Nov. 30. The precious pup was even seen laying guard in front of the late president’s coffin. “Mission complete,” the post read during the funeral.

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While Sully officially landed a new gig with the U.S. Navy at Walter Reed National Military Center following Bush Sr.’s death, the former President was not far from his four-legged friend’s mind. Sully was reportedly named after the pilot who landed a plane on the Hudson River in 2009.

A dog is truly are man’s best friend.