November 28, 2014, we are offering a Black Friday Door Buster Adoption Special from 12:00pm to 2:00. For TWO HOURS ONLY potential pet parents will save 75% on ALL ADOPTIONS! Your read it right- puppies, kittens, dogs, cats, bunnies and pocket pets will all be 75% off.
We hope to clear out the shelter so that we can help the many other pets in need who are waiting!
So start the Holiday Season off right with a new furry family member and keep some bucks in your pocket to use for treats in their stocking!
ADOPTION FEES FOR 11/28/14, 12pm – 2pm
- Puppies (4 months & younger) Regular adoption fee: $150, Door Buster adoption fee: $37.50
- Kittens (4 months & younger) Regular adoption fee: $50, Door Buster adoption fee: $12.50
- Small Adult Dogs (4 month & older, under 25 lbs) Regular adoption fee: $150, Door Buster adoption fee: $37.50
- Med/Large Adult Dogs (4 months & older, over 25 lbs) Regular adoption fee: $75.00, Door Buster adoption fee: $18.75
- Adult Cats (4 months & older) Regular adoption fee: $30, Door Buster adoption fee: $7.50
- Rabbits (all sizes/ages) Regular adoption fee: $25, Door Buster adoption fee: $6.25
- Guinea Pigs (all sizes/ages) Regular adoption fee: $15, Door Buster adoption fee: $3.75
- Rats, Gerbils, Hamsters (all sizes/ages) Regular adoption fee: $10, Door Buster adoption fee: $2.50
Celebrate the beauty of pet adoption all year long with our 2015 Adoptables Calendar. Featuring portraits of past HSTB adoptables this calendar will bring a smile to your face every day. At just $10 they make the perfect stocking stuffer for friends, family and colleagues.
New this year, they are available for purchase online (add $2.00 shipping/handling). They are also available at our shelter and Animal Health Center or by calling 813-774-4306.
When a good Samaritan saw a dog curled up by the side of the road in the Quail Meadow area of Plant City, she knew she had to stop. The area is a known dumping ground for abused, neglected and unwanted animals. When she approached the animal she found a severely emaciated but trusting dog who came right up to her. He seemed to know she was there to help and jumped into her car without hesitation. Being unable to keep him but wanting to give him a chance, she fixed him a pancake breakfast to fill up his tummy, then brought him to us.
We named the gently, handsome boy Victor because he is definitely a survivor, and as a nod to our friend Victor Hedman who is helping us promote pit bull awareness through a PSA.
Victor gained 1.5 pounds after just two days with us, but has a long road ahead. He is heartworm positive, has a broken tail and is suffering from several open wounds, multiple abrasions and anemia. We aren’t sure what happened to this boy but we’re going to do our very best to save his life. He will need several weeks of TLC and rehabilitation before being ready for adoption!
Despite all he’s obviously been through, Victor has a sweet, trusting disposition. He will be bunking up in our administrative offices during the day and will get lots of positive reinforcement and kindness. As you can see from the pictures below, he has settled in well and is loving naps in his very own bolster bed.