"Mommy, can we take him home??"

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
August 21, 2018
Sully H.W. Bush and Poppy and Mila
Credit: Courtesy instagram.com/jennabhager

Earlier this summer, the Bush family welcomed a new four-legged member into their ranks: Sully. The lab dog from the non-profit America's VetDogs — an organization which provides service dogs for veterans, active-duty service members, and first responders with disabilities at no cost — serves as George H.W.'s companion and helper for daily activities (like picking up items).

Now, George H.W. Bush's great granddaughters are having a wonderful time with the pup at what appears to be Walker's Point, the Bush Estate in Kennebunkport, Maine. "They have fallen in love with Sully," writes TODAY contributor and Southern Living Editor-at-Large, Jenna Bush Hager, in a recent instagram post, captioning two photos of her daughters and Sully. "Mila: mommy, can we take him home??"

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For more of Sully — yes, he was named after the former airline pilot, Chelsey "Sully" Sullenberger — you can follow him on his very own instagram account, @sullyhwbush.