What sets us apart?

The Caring Pathways team operates on a very personal level, ensuring that we are doing exactly what our clients need for their pets. We operate on an on-call basis because we believe it is so important for our team to be available whenever we are needed. We know how important the personal care for our clients really is and we make every effort to respond to calls as quickly as possible, as a part of our commitment to excellent service.

Hear from the testimonials of other pet owners

Tom & Rosanne Dritzer

Dear MaryAnne, Thank you so much for your time, patience and thoughtfulness in assisting us with Cilla’s transition to Heaven. You and Caring Pathways were an answer to our prayers; allowing us to have peace with letting her go. Since Tom & I were unable to have children, Elvis and Cilla were our babies. Their…

Austin & Rachel McKee

Dr. Larry, Thank you very much for coming over and putting my best friend Rowdy at ease. I am so thankful that he was able to be with all of us. He was such a special soul. Much like you. Thank you for keeping all of us calm and giving Rowdy the best send off…

Michael & Theresa Roberts

Dear Larry, Thank you so much for your gentleness, caring spirit and compassion during your call to our home on Nov. 16, 2013 to euthanize our beloved, fur child Star. Star was always very nervous and uncomfortable during visits to our vets office and being able to send him out in the familiarity and comfort…

Mike & Anne Welch

Dr. Magnuson, Thank you so much for your kindness and compassion with Whiskey. We are still trying to come to terms with his passing, and we miss him dearly. But it helped immensely to be able to help him pass at home, with his pack, on his time. I know he is grateful too. With…

Everett Bacon

Hi Dr. Smith, Thanks again for everything you did for Daisy and us. It’s a tough business you’re in. I sincerely appreciate your patience and kind words in putting Daisy to sleep. Take care & God Bless Everett Bacon

Words from one of our veterinarians, Dr. Mavi Graves:

"As an end-of-life veterinarian, providing as smooth and peaceful of a transition as possible for pets in the comfort of home is a vocation I honestly look forward to every day. I still cry a little bit almost every day supporting pets and pet families on what may be the saddest day of their life, but I am always honored to help families give their pets the gift of a good death at the end of a life well-lived. As one end-of-life vet put it, 'Where there is grief, there is great love, and all day long I’m looking at that love.'"


A compassionate way to say goodbye.