Miss Aruba The Radio Dog

Dushi Max enjoys a visit with Miss Aruba The Radio Dog mascot of The Dick Miller Show Aruba.  Dushi means "darling" in Papiamento, which is the local language in Aruba.  The black & white spaniel mix was rescued on Palm Beach in Aruba at the Radisson Aruba Resort & Casino in June, 2003 by newly engaged couple Barbara Ann Bergstrom and Mike Rickus.  Too sick to travel to the U.S., the stray was hospitalized at the Contraras Veterinary Hospital in Noord, Aruba until he was well enough to travel.  Ambassadors Deborah and Dick Miller escorted Dushi Max via U.S. Airways to Philadelphia, and on to New Jersey where he was reunited with his newly adopted parents, Barbara Ann and Mike, who journeyed from Long Island to retrieve their new pup.  In the Spring of 2004, just before the wedding, Dushi Max and his parents, Barbara Ann and Mike reunited with The Millers and met Miss Aruba The Radio Dog.  The New York couple returned to Aruba in May, 2004 for their Honeymoon. 

Girls love to receive flowers . . . and Miss Aruba The Radio Dog does too. Pictured is
Miss Aruba
, who is enjoying her Birthday with a beautiful pink rose from radio fans;
Aunt Sally and Cousin Michael!

Miss Aruba The Radio Dog mascot of The Dick Miller Show Aruba stopped by the Aruba Tourism Authority's New Jersey (USA) office on April 29, 2004 for a surprise Birthday party. Miss Aruba turned 2 years old on that day. She is a Silky Terrier and travels throughout the U.S. with her parents; Ambassadors Dick and Deborah Miller, visiting travel agencies, promoting Aruba Tourism.

Miss Aruba The Radio Dog, dressed in her "Aruba Tourism Crown," listens to Happy Birthday, sung by the entire Aruba Tourism Authority New Jersey staff, while her mother, Ambassador Deborah Miller steadies her crown!



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