Aurora Area In-Home Pet Euthanasia
Caring Pathways was founded in 2010 by Dr. Larry Magnuson, who realized his mission was to provide end-of-life care to pets in a compassionate way. With Aurora area in-home pet euthanasia, there is no need to make that final trip to a vet’s office. That’s because our team will come to you and your pet to help you through their final days. We will help you decide when the right time is to say goodbye, and provide you and your whole family with love and comfort up until the last days. We understand how special your beloved companion is to you, and we promise to treat them with compassion, gentleness, and professionalism through every step of the way. Consider us for Aurora area in-home pet euthanasia.
Caring Pathways provides several end-of-life care services for your furry friends, keeping their comfort at the forefront. These services include:
- In-home medical consultation and assessment
- In-home pet hospice care to provide further comfort
- In-home pet euthanasia when the time comes
Our time with you doesn’t end there. Caring Pathways also helps with after-life body care options for cremation and paw prints for memorialization. We can also provide you with Grief Support to help with the loss of your best friend, because we believe that no pet owner should have to grieve the loss of a pet alone.
Request an In-Home Visit
If your pet is nearing the end of their journey, and live in or near Aurora, in-home pet euthanasia might be a great option for you. Contact us at (720) 287-2553 for more information or to schedule an in-home visit. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, including holidays.
“We are so grateful for Dr. Eddie Desko and the entire Caring Pathways team. From my initial call and virtual appointment/health assessment with Dr. Emilea, to the final goodbye with Dr. Desko, we would have been lost without their guidance and compassion. We could not have asked for a more peaceful experience as our Charlie crossed the rainbow bridge, and I am so grateful to the doctors for the confidence they instilled in the decisions we had to make.”