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A statue has been unveiled honoring a service dog that assisted President George H.W. Bush.

The life-size bronze piece was commissioned by America’s VetDogs, Inside Edition reports. Created by Susan Bahary, it went on display at Bush’s presidential library in College Station, TX.

The dog, Sully H.W. Bush, is a yellow labrador trained to perform a wide variety of tasks, including answering the phone and fetching items. A year ago he flew with the presidential casket, accompanying the former president’s body from Houston to Washington.

The dog “looked impressed by his likeness,” according to Inside Edition.

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