Spike Wants To See All of Tampa’s Dog Parks With You
Meet Spike! He’s Roxanne’s pet project of the week! Spike is a 3 year-old Terrier who weighs about 65 pounds. He was brought into the Humane Society of Tampa Bay as a stray and is still looking for his forever home. The shelter has noticed he’s okay on the leash, but needs a little training. He’s also friendly with people and other dogs! He may be a little shy at first, but if you share some peanut butter with him he will quickly become your best friend! Click here to learn more about spike!
*To help Spike settle into his new home, he comes with a FREE week of virtual dog training with GoodPup so you can build a strong bond from the beginning!**
Normally adoptions cost is $125. Spike will be available for adoption for the special price of $10.50 through end-of-day Friday (24-hours after the he is featured on the air.) Make sure to mention Q105 and Roxanne’s Pet Project is the reason you came to adopt your fur-baby!
Q105 and Roxanne have teamed up with the Humane Society of Tampa Bay for Roxanne’s Pet Project!
Every Thursday Roxanne will highlight a furry friend that is available for adoption at the Humane Society of Tampa Bay.
The featured pet will be available for adoption for the special price of $10.50 through end-of-day Friday. The listener must mention Q105 and Roxanne’s Pet Project as the reason they came to adopt their fur-baby!
From dogs to cats, rabbits to guinea pigs, you never know what kind of pet will be up for adoption each week. Make sure you bookmark this page so you can visit it every Thursday to see which pet you could welcome into your home.
Our relationship with the HSTB runs deep. Every year, Q105 and Beasley Media Group teams up with the HSTB for the annual dog-friendly festival, Bark in the Park.
One of the missions of the Humane Society of Tampa Bay is to end animal homelessness and we can’t wait to help in their mission.
The Humane Society of Tampa Bay, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, provides shelter for homeless & at risk animals, adoptions, hospital and TNVR services for the general public; operates independently from the Humane Society of the United States. And we, along with our animals, would love to have you as a partner on this journey.
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