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PetsBoonie cats and boonie dogs abound on Guam, and are available for adoption from Guam Animals in Need (G.A.I.N.). It is also possible to get kittens and puppies free from friends, or find them wandering around abandoned on the street or beach. Veterinary care is easier to come by than human health care, and the wait is shorter for your pet than for you at your clinic.
If you want a pure-bred animal, they can be purchased from a shop or breeder, but they are extremely expensive.
The entry permit costs $60 per pet. There is only one official quarantine kennel, and they charge $815 to $1025 for the 30-day quarantine, or $1285 to $2125 for the 120-day quarantine. Military personnel get a 20% discount.