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The Queen of Aggieland now Queen of the small screen?

Aggieland royalty, Reveille IX, will be featured on an upcoming episode of "It's A Dog's Life", streaming on Disney+.
COLLEGE STATION, TX - NOVEMBER 09: Reveille, the official mascot of Texas A&M, sits near the end zone during the game against the Mississippi State Bulldogs at Kyle Field on November 9, 2013 in College Station, Texas. (Photo by Scott Halleran/Getty Images)

COLLEGE STATION, Texas — Reveille IX, Texas A&M University's mascot and Queen of Aggieland, will be featured on an episode of the new Disney+ show, "It's A Dog's Life." The episode will air Friday, May 29.

The show's host, Bill Farmer, who is known for voicing beloved canine cartoon Disney characters Goofy and Pluto, travels around the country searching for dogs doing "incredible jobs that make our lives better," according to Disney+.

Farmer spent time on Texas A&M campus learning about Reveille's job as a mascot. 

Farmer said he was amazed to witness the loving and devoted relationship that Reveille has with Aggies, and it was a pleasure getting to spend time with the "Queen of Aggieland," according a media release. 

The episode will likely show Reveille attending class, visiting the Corps dorms where she lives, and going to the groomers where the Queen is treated to a six-hour-long appointment.  

"She has a life that I want – a life befitting a queen," said Farmer in the media release. "Everywhere we went, everyone was so excited to see her — you could see it in their faces. It was like seeing Brad Pitt running around on campus."

For more information on the episode, check out the article on Texas A&M Today.

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