beaumont animal services

The City of Beaumont is beginning a program that could provide free spay and neuter surgeries to pets of eligible Beaumont residents through the city’s Animal Care Division, Animal Care Manager Matthew Fortenberry reports.

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Chance was found in traffic, scared and dodging cars. He is very loving but needs some help establishing trust. He is not used to people loving and doting on him. He needs someone who has patience and understanding. He is growing more confident every day and would do best with an owner who will continue to help him learn. He’s building more trust and is starting to walk on a leash. He needs someone who is experienced and has no children. No. 31078

Fill out an adoption application at www.beaumonttexas.gov or pick up one at 1884 Pine St. Call (409) 838-3304.

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Tessa

Hey folks, come meet me at Beaumont Animal Services. And ask for Tessa! I am the cutest, friendliest, short little pittie mix ever! I am an adult female, about 2-3 years old, weighing about 34 pounds. I was kept on a chain, not fed very often and was allowed to have puppies at least two times before being rescued. The people at Beaumont Animal Services treat me like royalty! I am so happy and I want to share the love. I am loving, gentle and just want to be YOUR royal snuggler! Please come adopt me. Tessa No. 29464

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Time’s up! This expression has so many different meanings. You’re taking a test, and then time’s up. Cookies in the oven are done when time’s up. A sweet dog sitting in an animal shelter since Feb. 20? Time’s up! Meet Sarge, a young male Lab mix, and yes, he has been at Beaumont Animal Services since late February.

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With the arrival of spring, there’s pollen in the air, love all around and baby animals – puppies, kittens and bunnies (oh my!) – as far as the eye can see. Cute and cuddly, there’s few things more warm and fuzzy than a new pet, but far too often, these new batches of would-be best friends are not born to loving homes but rather end up in city shelters where they’re housed a few days before being killed and tossed in the trash.

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So I hear you’re looking for a new best friend, someone who is a real sweetheart. Well, I might just be who you’re looking for! I can accompany you on your daily walk or jog, and tag along on your weekend hikes. Or how about a new friend for your other dog? I really love to play and cuddle with dogs AND people! My name is Major, I’m a retriever mix who is around 2.5 years old, and I weigh 47 pounds. I’d LOVE to meet you, so please stop by the shelter and ask for me! Major No. 28949

BAS is now open Saturdays from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

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Hello, friends. My name is Two. Yes, just like the number. My owner passed away, and I’m sad but hopeful that I will find a new home. I’m a very loving and gentle cat who is 5 years old. I’m up to date on all of my vaccinations, neutered and litter-box trained. I have a laid-back and lovable disposition. The perfect day for me would involve a couple hours of sun bathing, playing with my favorite mouse toy and getting loved on by my human. I used to live in a home with other cats and was previously an indoor/outdoor cat. Please come and visit me at the shelter!

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When the Beaumont City Council approved changes to animal care ordinances Jan. 31, they also approved an increase in the length of time between pets' rabies vaccinations, meaning instead of being good for just one year, the vaccinations would be valid for three years. 

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Effective Sunday, Feb. 19, the Beaumont Animal Care Facility's (animal shelter) operating hours will change, Beaumont city manager's executive assistant Chris Jarmon announced Feb. 6.

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Hooch is quickly stealing the hearts of all the ladies at the shelter. Before long, he’ll steal yours too! Hooch has big feet and an even bigger heart. He weighs 70 pounds, and we believe he is around 2-3 years young. Hooch, an American bulldog mix, is gentle and will be your loyal friend until the end! No. 28461

 

 

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