Our Veterinarians

Dr. Cathie Morrow
Practice Owner, Veterinarian
Dr. Cathie Morrow spent much of her young life considering the human healthcare profession. After a few less-than-stellar work experiences during her collegiate years, she started to rethink that career path. When she started milking cows at a local dairy farm, something clicked—Dr. Morrow realized that she would love to couple her passion for medicine with her love of animals! She hasn’t looked back since, and is now the sole practitioner and proud owner of All Paws Animal Hospital.

Dr. Morrow grew up on a dairy farm in Alma Center, Wisconsin. She has five siblings and three stepsiblings, though she never officially lived with the latter. After graduating high school, Dr. Morrow attended the University of Wisconsin-River Falls to earn a double major in biology and animal science, along with a double minor in chemistry and conservation. Next, she attended veterinary school at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, graduating with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2003.

Professionally, Dr. Morrow is fond of challenging medical cases, and loves diagnostic work that helps her to get to the bottom of a health concern. She’s also passionate about preventative medicine and likes to get puppies, kittens, and other new pets off to a great start in life by teaching owners about the best care techniques for their beloved companions. Dr. Morrow loves to take her staff out for team building events, whether it be dinner or other activities, like bowling, escape rooms, or shopping.

Away from the office, Dr. Morrow enjoys horseback riding (she’s been riding since she was five years old), running and doing strength-training, scrapbooking, gardening, traveling, and spending time with her family and pets. She and her husband, Pete—a veterinarian himself!—have two wonderful, almost-grown children, Autumn and Zach.

The family shares their lives with a veritable zoo of their own, including a dog, four cats, and five horses. Fern is Dr. Morrow’s walking buddy and loves to run and jump. Max is the world’s best lap cat but can be shy with newcomers. Merlin (a.k.a. “devil cat”) will eat anything and everything and is constantly getting into trouble with his partner in crime, Fern. Then there’s the newest additions, Peanut and Demarcus, a couple of rambunctious kittens. Peanut has the happiest feet and will knead for hours, while Demarcus has an affinity for sleeping in plants.