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.
WHY CHOOSE US?
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.
Your pets never leave the Midlands area during care.
Over 23 years of caring for our families' pets as if our own.
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Dogs and cats are curious creatures, and sometimes they get into things their owners never dreamed would be harmful to them. With information reported by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), Midland Pet Center highlights some of the most common pet poisons below. We sincerely hope this will help save …
Adopting a pet is a kind and compassionate thing to do, but did you know there are pet benefits, that is, perks to owning and caring for an animal? While it only makes sense to take on the responsibilities of a pet if you are sure that you can dedicate the time, effort, and money that …
Unfortunately, our pets don’t live as long as we do, and as they age a lot of changes occur. However, advances in veterinary care mean our animal companions are with us longer, and we need to help them through the aging process. Pet aging involves changes that you might be noticing or can expect to …
Coronavirus is a very-real health issue that threatens everyone- including pets. It is theorized that this virus originally came from an animal, more specifically, a bat. This raises questions, especially for pet owners: Can pets get COVID-19? What about spreading it to others? Here is what you need to know: COVID-19 in Pets Coronaviruses are actually …