Some Beaumont residents will be eligible for free spay and neuter services for their pets under a new program at the city's animal services division.

Recipients must own their pet and be a resident fo the city of Beaumont according to a release from Beaumont Animal Services.

Applications for the program, which begins October 11, 2017, will be available at the Beaumont Animal Shelter at 1884 Pine Street according to he release.

Funding for the program is limited and will be available to residents who meet certain income requirements on a first-com first served basis the release said.

From the City of Beaumont Animal Services...

The City of Beaumont is starting a program that will allow the City’s Animal Care division to offer free spay or neuter surgeries to the pets of eligible Beaumont residents.

To qualify for a free spay or neuter surgery individuals must be Beaumont residents, have an owned animal, and meet certain income restrictions.

The program will start on October 11, 2017. Funding for this program is limited and will be available to residents on a first-come first-served basis.

Applications may be picked up at the Beaumont Animal Shelter, located at 1884 Pine St.

Spay or neutering your pet is an important decision for any pet owner.

It can reduce temperament and behavior problems, make your pets less likely to mark territory, make your pets less likely to bite and less likely to run away or get into fights.

For more information on the program, please call the City’s Animal Care division at 409-838-3304.

Contact: Matthew Fortenberry, Animal Care Manager

Office: 409-838-3304 | Email: