A bronze statue of Sully the service dog, who served President George H.W. Bush during the last six months of his life, was unveiled in Long Island, New York, this week.
The yellow Lab now has two bronze statues that have been made in his honor.
"Dogs are man's best friend and, ultimately, Sully fulfilled that role for one of the most prominent people in the country and really worked to shine a light on the services that are available for everybody," John Miller, president and CEO of America's Vetdogs, told WPIX-TV.
The statue will be displayed in Smithtown, New York, where the pup was born and raised, according to reports.
Following his service and time with the country's 41st president, Sully continues to help others at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
The medical center is also where the other bronze statue is displayed.
A photo of Sully went viral in 2018, where he was pictured lying next to Bush's flag-draped casket after the former president died.