Service Area: Lexington, Louisville & Surrounding Areas
Notice Required: 2 heveours
Animals Served: All Dogs, Cats, & Equine
Services Offered: In-Home Pet Euthanasia, Extended Travel, Deceased Pet Pick up, Out-of-Hours, and In-Home Consults.
City: Lexington, KY
Dr. Carrie Everett is a compassionate veterinarian with a deep-rooted love for animals, both big and small. Her journey in veterinary medicine began in Lexington, KY, where her childhood was filled with a passion for animals. Growing up, she always had at least one feline companion in her home and started her lifelong love for horses at the age of six. Carrie's connection with animals continued to flourish, and she welcomed her first dog at the age of 20 while studying at the University of Kentucky. Since then, she has cherished the companionship of three wonderful dogs. Carrie pursued her dream of becoming a veterinarian by attending Auburn University's College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 2016. Her career took her to coastal Alabama, where she practiced veterinary medicine and gained valuable experience in the veterinary industry. After spending 11 years away from her Kentucky roots, Carrie is delighted to be back in her home state. Her passion for the outdoors shines through in her love for activities such as horseback riding, hiking, backpacking, camping, paddleboarding, and kayaking. She is also an avid reader and enjoys immersing herself in novels. In Lexington, Carrie shares her life with Eleven, her Doberman-mix companion named after the character from the show "Stranger Things," and her tabby cat, Dory. As a practicing veterinarian, Carrie found immense joy in supporting the special and irreplaceable bond between humans and their animal companions. She personally experienced the loss of her beloved pets, Cooper, Momma, and Vinny, and the assistance of an in-home euthanasia veterinarian during those difficult times left a profound impact on her. This experience ignited a passion within her to provide the same compassionate and peaceful end-of-life care for other pets and their families. Carrie believes there is something profoundly beautiful about allowing a pet to find solace and comfort in their familiar home environment while saying their final goodbye. It is both a privilege and an honor for her to be a part of this heartwarming process, offering solace and support to those in need.