Today we will be breaking down everything we know about pets in Myrtle Beach. Whether you are a current owner or trying to find a new special friend there should be plenty of info here to help you plan your next move.
The best Myrtle Beach pet stores will get us going. We figure since they are a good place to buy puppies, kittens, toys, food, and supplies they will probably be the most popular section of this post.
Dog or cat adoption at the best animal shelters in your area will be up next. With so much overpopulation the adoption route is the choice of many these days.
Local dog lovers will get the most from our next few sections which are about dog parks, puppy trainers near you, and dog bakeries. Then we will jump into grooming and dog or cat cafes around the city. Hotels that allow pets to check in will also get their own section for any tourists who are reading.
As the post goes on you will also learn about the best places for pet boarding near you if you are traveling out of town yourself. Towards the end we will get into some unfortunate topics like veterinarians and dog or cat cremation.
There will also be a local animal map to help you figure out which places are closest to your current area. You may also want to look through some of our other guides for more cities around the Southeast.
Best Pet Stores In Myrtle Beach
It doesn’t matter if you are trying to add a member to your family or just need some new toys, food, or supplies the best pet stores in Myrtle Beach would be:
The largest pet supply store in Myrtle Beach is Coastline Pet Supply. They like to think of themselves as an old timey pet store where you can buy puppies, kittens, and all kinds of pets from birds to reptiles to freshwater or saltwater fish.
They can help with dog training, pet grooming, nail clipping, wing clipping for birds and have all the pet food you could ever need. Those who would like to look through a large selection of rodents and reptiles can find them at The Spoiled Pet.
Of course they also sell a wide variety of food for dogs, cats, and all pets.
Animal Shelters & Adoption
Animal shelters in the area should have plenty of cute dogs and pets for adoption:
- Grand Strand Humane Society at 3241 Mr. Joe White Ave
- Humane Society of North Myrtle Beach at 409 Bay St
- Horry County Animal Care Center at 1923 Industrial Park Rd
The main goal at The Grand Strand Humane Society is to help the adoptable animals in their shelter find a new home. They also provide low-cost veterinary care including low-cost spay and neuter surgeries and preventative health care to the public at large.
We could pretty much copy and paste the same for The Humane Society of North Myrtle Beach. Their shelter also does great work when it comes to helping people find cats, dogs, or other pets for adoption and they also can provide low-cost healthcare.
The Horry County Animal Care Center works with animal control and the community to provide healthy adoptable pets near you.
Want to really make them happy? Spend some time at one of these dog parks near you:
- Barc Parc South
- Barc Parc North
- Myrtle Beach Boardwalk
- Surfside Beach Dog Park
- Myrtle Beach State Park
- Conway Dog Park
- McLean Park
- North Myrtle Beach Sports Park
These local puppy trainers will have them following orders in no time:
- K9 Cabana Dog Resort & Training Center at 3949 Dick Pond Rd
- The K9 Coach Carolinas at 1837 N Cove Court
K9 Cabana Dog Resort & Training Center is a 7,500 square foot facility with both indoor and outdoor areas which even include a doggy waterpark. Of course they offer puppy training lessons, but they also can handle luxury dog boarding, grooming, and more.
Coastline Pet Supply also provides dog training services.
On a special occasion give them a great treat from one of these dog bakeries:
Your cat or dog will love the healthy oven-baked treats, cookies, chews and more at Precious Paws Boutique. Another good option for healthy all-natural treats for cats and dogs is Kelly’s K-9 Kitchen who only uses human-grade ingredients with no chemicals, preservatives, hormones or dyes.
Myrtle Beach Pet Grooming
To help your dog or cat look better than ever bring them to one of these Myrtle Beach pet groomers:
- Diva Dogs Day Spa at 4863 US Hwy 17 Bypass S
- RiverPaws Pet Spa at 315 Main St
- Jen’s Ocean Drive Pet Grooming at 301 Main St
Not only can you style them at Dive Dogs Day Spa but they also provide daycare and boarding services. RiverPaws Pet Spa can handle full service dog grooming for just about every breed imaginable.
Some of the services available at Jen’s Ocean Drive Pet Grooming are dog and cat bathing, nail trims, teeth brushing, ear cleaning, shampooing with skin and coat conditioning and more. Coastline Pet Supply who we mentioned earlier and all of the places in our pet boarding list also do pet grooming.
We are not aware of any local dog, cat, or pet cafes in Myrtle Beach at the moment. If you know of any please tell us in the comments at the end of the post so we can add that info to this page, thanks.
Hotels That Allow Pets
For hotels that allow pets stay at:
- DoubleTree at 3200 S Ocean Blvd
- Ocean Park Resort at 1905 S Ocean Blvd
- Comfort Suites at 710 Frontage Rd E
Pet Boarding In Myrtle Beach
These Myrtle Beach pet boarding services are where to go when you need to take a trip:
- Dog Boarding of Myrtle Beach at 8496 Hwy 544
- Camp Bow Wow at 305 Bush Dr
- Tamroc Kennels at 201 Bush Dr
There are both daily daycare rates and extended stay boarding packages available at Dog Boarding of Myrtle Beach. At Tamroc Kennels there is an on-site veterinarian in case any of the dogs need emergency medical care.
We have also mentioned that Diva Dogs Day Spa and all of the dog trainers have boarding options. You can get cat boarding at Cat’s Meow Vet Hospital, and all pet boarding at the Animal Hospital of North Myrtle Beach.
Best Veterinarians Near You
If unfortunate medical problems arise in your animals go to one of the best veterinarians near you to get the best care:
- Grand Strand Animal Hospital at 3007 Church St B
- Cat’s Meow Veterinary at 4720 US Hwy 17 Bypass S #B
- Waccamaw Regional Veterinary Center at 1214 Pine St #3402
- Animal Hospital of North Myrtle Beach at 2501 Hwy 17 S
Whether you need parasite prevention and control, flea and tick control, microchipping, bathing, or unfortunate pet euthanasia services you can get them at Grand Strand Animal Hospital. If you couldn’t tell it by the name Cat’s Meow Veterinary Hospital focuses on vet care for feline friends.
They can provide routine medical or dental work, do surgeries, and even provide emergency veterinary care for cats. They can also do boarding, grooming, and microchipping.
Waccamaw Regional Veterinary Center does critical care, laser therapy, pet boarding, microchipping and more. The Animal Hospital of North Myrtle Beach provides 24/7 emergency veterinary care near you.
Not only do they do emergency and critical care services, but they will do house calls, implant microchips, euthanasia, boarding and daycare, and they work on exotic animals to boot.
Pet Cremation & Euthanization
Loyal Companions Pet Cremation & Memorial at 1000 Hwy 544 offers private or communal cremations and even does casket burials. Grand Strand Animal Hospital and the Animal Hospital of North Myrtle Beach can also help with end of life pet care.
Since 2015 you have not needed to get a pet license but you still need to get your pets vaccinated against rabies. All pets need to have a collar with proof of vaccinations and the pet owner’s contact info.
We have already written about these nearby cities if interested:
- Charleston Pet Stores & Adoption Centers
- Charlotte Pet Stores & Adoption Centers
- Raleigh Pet Stores & Adoption Centers
- Atlanta Pet Stores & Adoption Centers
Have Fun With Your Pets In Myrtle Beach
We tried to cover the scene in full for you in this post. You just learned about a whole lot of pet stores, local animal shelters, adoptions, dog parks, puppy trainers, bakeries, groomers, cafes, hotels that allow pets, places to board your dogs or cats, and even veterinarian or cremation services.
We are sure that our readers would really appreciate it if you could let us know if you noticed anything incorrect, or if you could share your own local pet tricks and tips. Hopefully you have a great time visiting any Myrtle Beach pet stores, shelters, dog parks, or whatever places you learned about here.