Services, Fees, & Info

Beaumont Animal Care (BAC) provides comprehensive animal control services for the city of Beaumont. Our state-certified animal control officers patrol the city to eliminate nuisances and threats to the public resulting from animals running at large or kept in unsafe conditions and to ensure the well-being of our city's companion animals.

Animal Bites

Animal Care is responsible for the investigation of all animal bites within the City of Beaumont. To report an animal bite or a dangerous animal, you can contact us 24 hours a day by dialing 311.

Animal Carcass Removal

If there is a deceased animal on your property that you would like removed, it must be double-bagged and placed on the curb for removal. To schedule a pick-up, call 311. To report an animal that has been killed and is impeding traffic, call 311 or use the 311 Mobile App found here.

Animal Cruelty / Neglect

Our animal control officers are state-certified in animal cruelty investigation, and we take all reports of animal neglect and cruelty seriously. To report suspected animal cruelty or neglect, call 311. Further information is provided on this page, under the tab "Cruelty and Neglect".

Animal Noise Complaints

Barking dogs and other animal noises impact the quality of life in our neighborhoods and are a common problem for any municipality. The City of Beaumont has implemented the following procedures to assist residents in resolving this common issue:

First Incidence

We recommend that you try to resolve the issue by speaking with the owner of the offending dog. Often this is all that's needed to bring the problem to a close.

Second Incidence

You can call 311 and make a complaint. An animal care officer will come to the reported address during normal working hours and speak to the animal owner.

Third Incidence

Complete our Animal Complaint Affidavit (PDF) and mail or deliver it to the address listed on the form.

Animal Trap Rental

There is a $90 refundable deposit for trap rental and a non-refundable $10 fee. Traps are available on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Dog & Cat Fanciers Permit

If you live within the limit of the City of Beaumont, and you wish to keep more than eight dogs or cats in any combination, over four months old, you must apply and be approved for a fanciers permit. There is a $200, nonrefundable application fee. For more information, call Beaumont Animal Care.

Stray Animal / Stray Surrender

To report an animal that is roaming at large, call 311. We recommend that you do not feed or approach a stray animal, and report it as soon as possible.

  • Only stray animals found within Beaumont city limits may be surrendered to Beaumont Animal Care.
  • The only City of Beaumont residents may surrender an animal to Beaumont Animal Care.
  • A photo ID is required to surrender a stray animal.
  • Beaumont Animal Care does not accept stray surrenders on Saturday.
  • Beaumont Animal Care does not accept stray surrenders after 4:30 pm.