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Statue of Sully, service dog for late George H.W. Bush, unveiled at president's Texas library

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A life-sized bronze statue of Sully, the loyal service dog to the late former President George H.W. Bush was unveiled Monday at his presidential library.
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SULLY STATUE: A statue of Sully, the late President George H.W. Bush's service dog, was unveiled at the president’s library in College Station, Texas on Monday. The yellow Labrador Retriever's statue is complete with an America’s VetDogs vest featuring the Great Seal of the United States. Here's...

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Remember Sully, George H.W. Bush's service dog? His statue now sits at the president's library

Sculptor Susan Bahary was commissioned by the nonprofit America's VetDogs to solidify the image of the beloved yellow Labrador Retriever.  
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