The service dog for the late President George H.W. Bush is back home.
Sully won the hearts of millions when images of the pup laying beside Bush’s coffin went viral.
The two-year-old Labrador retriever was specially-trained to support the elder Bush.
Now, Sully has returned to the facility that trained him — America’s Vetdogs, in Smithtown, New York.
But it’s a temporary stay, for the holidays only.
Sully is headed to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center’s facility dog program.
He’ll be helping wounded soldiers and active duty personnel with physical and occupational therapy.