I wanted to take him home.
The Pres said "NO."
He is sooooo handsome, don't you think?
I was told by the Pres that the process is lengthy and expensive. It involves the dog being quarantined for an extended period of time before being allowed to leave Aruba and enter the United States. That's what I was TOLD.
When I got home, I did some research.
lied misinformed me.
Since there is no rabies on the island of Aruba, there is no quarantine required. Once examined by a veterinarian, the animal is given it's inoculations and allowed to leave. In addition I found out that there are two airlines that fly the animals to the states.
Next year, I'm looking for my boy!