Hi! Aren't I the sweetest face you've seen all day? My name is Goonie and I'm a 5 month old male Lab mix. I can't wait to find a family of my own to hang out with. Hopefully there will be plenty of toys, and LOTS of snuggles waiting for me there. I weigh 33 pounds, I'm going to get a little bigger than I am now, maybe even up to 60 lbs. Don't let that scare you, my heart is as big as my paws and I love you already. Goonie #26741
Act quickly to adopt Goonie. Pets at this Shelter may be held for only a short time.
The mission of the Animal Service Division is to protect the welfare of animals and citizens in the City of Beaumont. We strive to: reunite lost animals with their families; promote spaying and neutering; place stray pets in a loving and responsible homes; promote the humane treatment and care of animals according to city ordinances and state law; and respond quickly and professionally to citizen concerns regarding animals.
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We are located at: 1884 Pine Street Beaumont, TX 77703 Phone: 409-838-3304 Hours of operation: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10:00am - 6:00pm Friday 10:00am - 6:00pm Saturday, Sunday -closed-
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Our Adoption Process...
To Adopt: First fill out our adoption application and provide a copy of a valid drivers license. Once we have reviewed your application and you have been approved you can choose your forever pet. After choosing your new family member you will sign an adoption contract and a sterilization contract stating you will get the animal spayed/neutered with in the allotted time chosen for that particular animal. Our adoption fee is $30.00 Rabies vaccination fee is $15.00 All animals over 4 months are required to have a rabies vaccination before leaving our shelter. Cash or Check only.
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