Sully, service dog of President George H. W. Bush, moved to the gallery Sunday night waiting for the remains of his master.
While the coffin of the 41st President of the United States lay behind him, covered with the American flag, Sully extended to stay as long as possible with his master.
Recall that the President George H. W. Bush died last Friday at the age of 94 years. His body was transferred from Houston, Texas to Washington, DC this Monday morning.
President Bush the father will be exhibited in the Capitol chapel until Wednesday.
As for Sully, the good service dog who accompanied him for the last six months of his life, he will be reassigned to the Walter Reed Military Hospital in Washington by the non-profit organization America’s VetDogs.
George W. Bush, the 43rd President of the United States, said: “Although we are certainly going to get bored of this dog, but we are comforted that he will bring a lot of joy with him in his new residence in Walter Reed Hospital.”