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Sully the service dog will accompany George H. W. Bush's casket to Washington

MailOnline Monday, 3 December 2018
Sully the service dog will accompany George H. W. Bush's casket to WashingtonThe Boeing 747 jet will carry the 41st president of the United States' body from Texas to Washington, where he will lie in state in the rotunda of the US Capitol.
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News video: George H.W. Bush's Service Dog Mourns At His Casket

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Business Insider reports A photo posted of George H.W. Bush's service dog mourning beside the casket of his old master has left social media a little teary-eyed The heartfelt photo, posted initially by H.W.'s son and 43rd US president, George, shows the yellow lab slumped by Bush's casket. Sully is...

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