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    As George H W Bush is laid to rest, his service dog Sully also mourns like million others

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    Washington, Dec 6: The US on Wednesday, December 5, bid goodbye to its 41st president George H W Bush who passed away on November 30 at the age of 94. However, it was not only the humans who grieved the passing away of one of the US's most prominent presidents but also an animal.

    As George H W Bush is laid to rest, his service dog Sully also mourns like million others

    The former president's service dog Sully, who arrived in Washington DC on Tuesday (Dec 4) morning, to pay his respects to the departed soul, stood by the casket in which Bush lied in state for some time before lying down, TODAY reported.

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    Mission complete.

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    Earlier this week, a picture was posted on Sully's Instagram account showing him lying in front of Bush's casket. The moving image had the caption "Mission complete".

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    Sully says goodbye to Bush 41.

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    Sully, named after renowned pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, was brought to the late former president to keep him active following the death of his wife Barbara in April this year. Bush grew a close bonding with the yellow Labrador and also showed him on a picture tweet that included another former US president Bill Clinton.

    Sully will remain with the Bush family till the late former president is buried and will be transferred to Washington's Walter Reed National Military Medical Center's Facility Dog Program after the Christmas holidays get over.

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    Bush's son George W Bush, also another former president, praised Sully saying it was an honour to have him.

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