Welcome to Midlands Pet Care

Welcome

FAMILY OPERATED, EXPERIENCED & COMPASSIONATE

We are here to guide you through a difficult time with understanding, dignity and respect. Midlands Pet Care offers a full range of personalized services to honor your pets as family members.

You can trust Midlands Pet Care to care for your friend, companion or buddy. We have been serving the Midlands and surrounding areas for over 23 years. As the only family operated and locally owned full service pet crematorium and cemetery, we take great pride in serving our families with pride, dignity and compassion.

Until one has loved an animal, a part of one's soul remains unawakened.

Anatole France

WHY CHOOSE US?

  • Family Operated

    We take great pride in serving our families with pride, dignity and compassion.

  • After Hours Service

    We're here for you in your time of need with after-hours services.

  • Local Service

    Your pets never leave the Midlands area during care.

  • Trustworthy

    Over 23 years of caring for our families' pets as if our own.

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How To Find Us

Next to Hot Rods at
5007 Sunset Blvd
Lexington, SC 29072

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Can Pets Catch Colds?

By Midlands Pet Care | January 15, 2023

We all know what it’s like to have a cold – unpleasant symptoms like a stuffy nose, sneezing, scratchy throat, watery eyes, and more. If we’re lucky, our cold is only bad for a couple of days, but, unfortunately, it sometimes drags on for a week or more. So, if you have pets, you may …

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Think Twice Before Giving a Pet as a Gift

By Midlands Pet Care | December 15, 2022

You might be contemplating giving a pet as a gift. It’s very tempting to present someone with a cute, cuddly animal as a present for a birthday, the holidays, or even graduation. However, along with the precious purring or the friendly wagging tail, there is also a commitment to a living creature for a number …

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When Should You Retire Your Aging Horse?

By Midlands Pet Care | November 14, 2022

No matter how we try not to think about it, none of us can avoid the effects of getting older, and your aging horse is no exception. Inevitable structural and physiological changes begin to happen with advancing years. So when should you retire your aging horse? How Old Is Old for a Horse? A horse …

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How to Strengthen Your Bond With Your Dog

By Midlands Pet Care | October 14, 2022

A strong bond between you and your dog is the foundation of your relationship. However, you may unintentionally be doing things to undermine your bond with your dog. How to Tell If Your Bond With Your Dog Is Weak Here are a few signs from your dog that your bond is not as strong as …

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Adopting a New Pet: How Long Should You Wait?

By Midlands Pet Care | September 15, 2022

If your pet has recently passed away, you may be contemplating getting a new one. But, how do you know when the time is right? There is no good answer to this question because everyone is different, and you need to consider what’s best for you. People cope with losing a pet in different ways, such …

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How to Increase Your Senior Dog’s Quality of Life

By Midlands Pet Care | August 14, 2022

It’s a hard thing to dwell on, but subconsciously you know your beloved dog will grow older. Unfortunately, however, your four-legged companion’s senior years arrive much faster than any pet owner would prefer. As your best friend ages, it’s important to begin thinking about your dog’s quality of life so that his golden years are …

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