J.J. Watt will get kiss from Sully, George H.W. Bush’s former service canine

J.J. Watt gets kiss from Sully, George H.W. Bush's former service dog

Sully, the previous service canine of President George H.W. Bush, was on the sidelines earlier than Sunday’s Texans-Patriots recreation at NRG Stadium and injured Texans star J.J. Watt made certain to get in some high quality time with the labrador.

Watt took a break from enjoying catch with followers across the stadium to kneel down and pet Sully and provides him a kiss. The canine responded enthusiastically by licking Watt’s face.

Watt has been sidelined since October with a torn pectoral muscle.

Bush was matched with Sully in June 2018, two months after his spouse Barbara died. They remained shut companions till the previous president’s loss of life in November 2018.

Sully gained fairly a social media following throughout his time with Bush. On Memorial Day, his Instagram account posted a photograph of the canine on the Nationwide World Struggle II Memorial in Washington D.C. The canine sat by a plaque devoted to Bush 41’s son, George W. Bush, who was president when the memorial opened in 2004.

Sully continues to be a service canine, serving to wounded navy personnel on the Walter Reed Nationwide Army Medical Middle in Washington D.C., based on nonprofit America’s VetDogs. He assists with bodily and occupational remedy to wounded troopers and energetic responsibility personnel.

Flick thru the images on the high of the web page for a have a look at J.J. Watt earlier than Sunday’s Texans recreation towards the Patriots.



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