Photo: service dog of George Bush Sr. escorted the owner to the last journey
Labrador Sully was a loyal friend of the 41st President of the United States, who died last week at the age of 94 years.
Service dog of George Bush, Sr., who died November 30 at the age of 94, is sleeping near the tomb of his master, ready to follow him to the path. Touching the photo in the Twitter press-Secretary of the 41st U.S. President Jim McGrath.
Mission complete. #Remembering41 pic.twitter.com/rXdyXAS4lk
— Jim McGrath (@jgm41) 3 Dec 2018
Dog breed Labrador Retriever named Sally became a member of the Bush family in June of this year. Specially trained pet helped to open doors, to bring things and call for help, and was a loyal friend ex-politician George Bush Sr. had suffered from Parkinson’s disease and in the last years of his life traveled by wheelchairs and electric scooters.
A great joy to welcome home the newest member of our family, “Sully,” a beautiful — and beautifully trained — lab from @AmericasVetDogs. Could not be more grateful, especially for their commitment to our veterans. pic.twitter.com/Fx4ZCZAJT8
— George Bush (@GeorgeHWBush) June 25, 2018.
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Sally will accompany the coffin until the funeral ceremony, which will take place on 6 December in the library of George H. W. Bush at Texas agricultural and mechanical University in College station (Texas).
Before that, the body of the 41st President of the USA will be delivered from Houston, where he died, on the plane to Washington. In the Cathedral in the American capital on 5 December there will be a memorial service and mourning will be declared. After that, the coffin will be transported back to Texas, home state of Bush.