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Our Commitment to Supporting the Morris Animal Foundation

Our Commitment to Supporting the Morris Animal Foundation

Did you know that a portion of every Caring Pathways appointment goes to the Morris Animal Foundation? The Morris Animal Foundation is a nonprofit organization that invests in science to advance animal health. This year we have committed to sponsoring two Morris...

A Playlist to Help Say Goodbye to a Beloved Pet

A Playlist to Help Say Goodbye to a Beloved Pet

We know saying goodbye to your beloved furry family member is the hardest decision you will make. Our team at Caring Pathways created this playlist to help provide a calming and reflective atmosphere when that time comes 💜.A Pet Loss Grief Support PlaylistWe...

Creating a Bucket List for Your Beloved Pet

Creating a Bucket List for Your Beloved Pet

Bucket lists can be a powerful tool to celebrate a beloved pet and create positive memories during what can otherwise be a sad and anxious time. It can also provide a sense of control and help families feel that while it’s not possible to cure their pet’s disease or...

Feel Good Fridays

Feel Good Fridays

We understand that the nature of our work as an in-home end-of-life pet care practice can come with quite a bit of grief and sadness. It is a privilege for us to be able to help pet families during this difficult time and to honor a pet's life through Pet Tributes on...

Caring for Your Senior Cat

Caring for Your Senior Cat

Do you have a beloved feline friend who is entering their senior years? At Caring Pathways, it is our goal to help you take steps to make the final chapter of your cat's life as comfortable and memorable as possible. In this article, we will discuss healthcare,...

Monitoring Your Senior Pet’s Dental and Heart Health

Monitoring Your Senior Pet’s Dental and Heart Health

February is a time often associated with the emotion of love, but did you know it also happens to be National Heart and Dental Health month? What better time to share an article to help support families who love a senior or ill pet and what to monitor for with regards...