- George H.W. Bush's service dog, who became national glory after the death of his master, is preparing for his next act.
- Sully's coach told Today what it was like to pass on the yellow lab to the president, and how Bush's wishes informed Sully's second act.
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Valerie Cramer, who has raised Sully since he was a puppy, told Today about the experience of delivering Sully to Bush. "When I entered the room and President Bush leashed … … said 19459021:" Welcome home, "said Cramer.
In the last months of the late President, he and Sully were close the nation's attention before Bush's funeral last December, after Sully's official Instagram account had portrayed him in front of Bush's casket, titled, "Mission complete." [LuckilySullyseemstohavegottenusedtohislifewithouthishumanHisInstagramaccountrevealsthathecelebratedChristmasbydutifullytrackingSanta'swhereaboutsanddecidingonNewYear'sEve
He also prepared for his new job as a house dog at Walter Reed National Military He will help lift the ghosts of wounded veterans. "It was very important to President Bush that Sully continue to serve veterans, that is He said Sully was not working for a single person, but that he would serve many veterans, and the hospital is the perfect environment for that, "Cramer explained.
Given the great joy that Sully has given us all, this new appearance seems to be perfect.