My name is Beaumont!

Hound (Unknown Type)/Great Dane Mix Dog for adoption in Orange, California - Beaumont
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DogTag: You're It!

Facts about Beaumont

  • Breed: Hound (Unknown Type)/Great Dane Mix
  • Color: White - With Brown Or Chocolate
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
We Are In Search Of A Loving & Suitable Foster Home in OC/Long Beach/West LA area.
EVERYTHING is provided for Beaumont. Please email us today for foster application:
Beaumont isn't like any other stray we've come across in rescue, his story is an extraordinary one. Like most strays we come across, this little pup suffered the threats of his environment; emaciation, neglect, abuse, and starvation; only the severity of each of these threat was unlike any other. Beaumont, a puppy about 10 months old now, wasn't just discovered roaming around the heat and dry terrain of Tijuana--he was discovered in practically a heap of skin and bones using the strength he had left to drag himself around with only his two function forelegs. Such a heart wrenching thought to imagine, a man by the name of Walter had not only witnessed this for himself in person, but he had shared the plea to us in hopes of getting help for this pup. Beaumont was not only visibly emaciated, but he had also been infested with ticks and suffered the pain of licking his flesh raw and rotting.
We decided to name him Beaumont, which is french for "Beautiful Mountain" because he is beautiful and he has already shown us he is as invincible as any mountain.
Beaumont has gone under bilateral hind legs amputation due to his deformity there was not another option. Since amputation he feels to move independently & freely, a true miracle to witness. Beaumont is also becoming close to be fully potty trained, he has control over his bladder and bowel so diaper is not necessary. We purchased a custom made wheelchair for outdoor walks.
Currently we are focusing on helping him with wheel training consistently aside from his training with our trainer Drew Hayes.
Beaumont desperately needs a long term foster home until adoption--and yes we do find unique adopters for even our special need dogs which are the majority of our rescued dogs. We strive to get him to a loving foster family who can appreciate a dog with special needs and who view his journey as inspirational. Our rescue will provide all Beaumont's needs and supply while in foster home. We love Beaumont and will do all we can to help him thrive each and every day.

About DogTag: You're It!

About Our Rescue Group...

The name of our Independent Rescue group is called DogTag: You're It! We are dedicated and devoted rescuers of the mistreated, relinquished, and neglected animals that wander into our lives. From the streets, to the sheltered, those abandoned, and those turned over unwanted--our mission is to prove to the innocent and defenseless creatures we rescue, that they will not only be wanted and loved from this moment forward, but that they only have bright and hopeful futures to look forward to as beloved members of the DogTag: You're It! family and ultimately their new family in a forever home.

We work hard to make sure each and every one of our rescue pups is healthy and treated medically before placing them in any foster or forever home. Each and every one of our rescues receive medical care immediately upon rescue without a moment's hesitation. Included in vetting is a spay/neuter procedure, microchip, heartworm and fecal tests, Parvo test for puppies, complete vaccinations, and dental if age 2 years and up even younger if needed. They also get treated with monthly with flea/parasite preventative.

We also rescue senior and medical dogs, we provide all medical interventions requested by our veterinarians and consult or treatment by specialists. Our goal is to not rush their adoption, but to ensure that each one of our precious pups will only be in a home as a loved and cherished member of the DogTag: You're It family to their new forever home.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Please email us at for information on which hospital to donate to as we use multiple vet hospitals. Thank you.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Private meetings can always be scheduled upon receiving and approving the adoption application,

Our Adoption Process...

We require an adoption application to be filled out prior to arranging any home-meetings as we have to work with our fosters schedules as well as our own. Application review can take up to anywhere from 1-2 weeks depending on how busy we are. Applications MUST be submitted to us within 3 days of receiving to be considered. ONLY applicants we approve to proceed with adoption will be contacted. If you have not received a response after 2 weeks, please know your application had been reviewed and considered, but not chosen. Doggie doors are NOT permitted per our policy and we will ONLY proceed with adoption if it's removed completely.

Included in the application is a veterinarian reference check as well as work or personal reference check. We never adopt out on a first come, first serve basis because we consider this a lifelong commitment and we want to be certain that we are making the best decision for both the forever family and our rescue. No one knows our rescues better than we do and we want to be certain that we consider their individuality when choosing their home. At the time of the home screening we will observe the interaction of our rescue with each and every member of the household including the family pets.

When our rescue goes to his or her new home, he or she will be up to date with all medical, current on vaccinations, microchipped, spayed or neutered, treated with Revolution a high quality flea/parasite preventative, as well as supplied with a collar, leash, and Canine Friendly harness. We also feed all of our rescues while they have been in foster homes, grain-free and high quality nutritious food such as Pulsar, Orijen, and Wellness. It is mandated for all of our puppies to attend puppy obedience classes within two months of their adoption.

We take such special care of our pups and we want to be completely positive that we place them in a home perfect for that particular dog. We require an adoption application and a home screening to make sure our safety standards are met. The adoption donation fee ranges from $220 for adult dogs and $120 for cats. The fee includes spay/neuter, full vaccination, fecal test, heartworm test, microchip, in many cases dental cleaning, flea/parasite preventative, FIV/FELV test for our felines, collar, and harness.

The adoption donation fee will allow us to continue to help our other rescues, some of which are medical and senior dogs in permanent foster home.