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Pet Center

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3725 Renee Dr, Myrtle Beach, SC 29579

(843) 238-0888

Today: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Tomorrow: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
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General Info
The Pet Center has been serving the Grand Strand community since 1980. We started in Conway, SC in 1980, moved to Surfside Beach in 1983 and in 2012 to Carolina Forest. We offer quality and reliable products for all your pet's needs and carry items for dogs, cats, birds, saltwater fish, reptiles and small animals. In addition, our friendly and professional staff is here to answer any questions you may have about our company and services. Whether you need a pet tag, a new filter for your aquarium, or just some information about a product, we have what you need at prices you can afford. We also offer pet adoptions. Our goal is to provide you with courteous, expedient and professional service of the highest caliber. At Pet Center, our customers come first.
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Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Extra Phones

Phone: (843) 238-0243

Phone: (843) 796-1065

Phone: (843) 353-0833

Primary Phone: (843) 238-0243

Primary Phone: (843) 353-4936

Fax: (843) 238-0243

  • Birds
  • Pet Food
  • Small Animals
  • Tropical Fish
Payment method
all major credit cards, debit
The Plaza At Carolina Forest

The Pet Center

Pet Stores, Aquariums & Aquarium Supplies, Pet Food, Pet Grooming


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Emily S.



I went to Pet Center to purchase another pet rat. I had recently purchased a pet rat a few months back and I decided it would be in my best interest to purchase the new rat from the same place as the previous rat. When I looked at the tank where the rats where kept, they were in horrifying conditions. The rats were bitten and bleeding. The males and females were kept in the same tank, and there was even a dead rat in the tank! None the less, I decided to get one of the rats in the tank. When I asked the lady who worked there to get it for me she grabbed the rat by the end of the tail (not okay) and handed her to me, not to mention she was so rude and unapproachable. The very next morning my newest rat died and it was very clear she was in extreme pain. I'm going to chalk it up to the fact, she was not taken care of at Pet Center. When I called the store to tell the staff about it, the lady answered the phone (once again, totally rude) and told me I could bring the dead rat in to either get another rat or get my money back. I don't care about my money but it was the principle of the matter. When I took my rat back to the store, the man was so rude and asked me if I had purchased the rat as a pet (as if that is unheard of?!). When I told him i did, he was a bit taken back. So none the less, the man gave me my money back and took the rat and threw her in the back. I then asked if I could have her back so I could take her and bury her. The man looked at me and then rolled his eyes. Pet Center should be shut down! ALL the animals are kept in terrible conditions and the staff is so rude.

Cady M.



Horrible cruel place. Multiple large birds in cages barely big enough for a hamster to be housed in. No water, clumps of missing feathers. Large birds need big cages and lots of toys to keep them occupied, they become stressed very easily and require a lot of interaction. They are being severely neglected. These birds are obviously terrified and depressed. Do not support this pet store. They should be shut down.