(Smithtown, NY)- Long Islander Sully The Service Dog, who notably served as a companion to the late President George H.W. Bush, returned to his hometown of Smithtown on Tuesday for the unveiling of a bronze statue in his likeness at America’s VetDogs. The ceremony at America VetDogs Campus on Jericho Turnpike in Smithtown featured guests including, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone, Senator Monica Martinez, Assemblyman Michael Fitzpatrick and America’s VetDogs President and CEO John Miller. The statue unveiled of Sully was created by Susan Bahray, a renowned sculptor from California. who is dedicated to honoring Military War Dogs, K9’s and all service animals an their handlers. Susan’s piece for Sully, features him in a sitting position with a leash in his mouth wearing his official America’s VetDogs service dog vest.
Photo: Allison Storck/America’s VetDogs