America Strong: Sully the Dog gets a statue

A statue of Sully, the service dog of President George H.W. Bush, was unveiled Monday at the late president's library.
1:09 | 12/04/19

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Finally tonight, America strong. A president's dog honored. It was that poignant image, one year ago. President George H.W. Bush's service dog, sully, laying before his casket. With the president's family at the end, brought into the capitol rotunda. It was president bush's wish that sully would go on to serve those in need. And he did. Joining the team at Walter reed. And now this image from the George H.W. Bush presidential library this week in college Station, Texas, sully right there, then taken inside, where they unveiled a statue to honor the bond between a president and his dog. The sculptor saying sully means so much to so many. He's loyal, he's noble. I just saw him again today and my heart still skipped a beat. America's vet dogs trained sully for president bush. We knew when we got the call, we had the right dog. Reporter: The dog and the statuedy picketing the retrieve task. Just one of the tasks sully had been trained for. But in the end, he made a president happy. Well deserved honor for sully. I'll see you tomorrow. Good night

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