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Pet Cremation in San Diego, CA
In Home Euthanasia 

Peaceful Waters Aquamation and Peaceful Veterinary Care are owned and operated by local veterinarian, Dr. Madison Rose.

No only will we provide you with the highest standard for water based pet cremation, we will help hold your hand and guide you through the entirety of this difficult process, including palliative care and in-home euthanasia services. We provide pet euthanasia services through our sister company, Peaceful Veterinary Care. Our in-home euthanasia veterinary team is able to ensure that your pet receives the highest quality of care all in the comfort of your own home. Your pets aftercare will be managed by a licensed veterinary medical professional. Peaceful Veterinary Care and Peaceful Waters Aquamation work as one team. 


If you are considering euthanasia services for your cat or dog please call us at (858) 276-7393. Our staff is here for you.

“It was our first pet that we decided to put down. It happened so fast. Dr.Chapman did such an amazing job talking to him and our family during the whole process. It was honestly such a beautiful experience, very peaceful way for him to go."

Daniella S.

A note from Dr. Rose

Dr Madison Rose Peaceful Waters Aquamation Pet Cremation

We love our own fur babies as much as our clients do. I started Peaceful Waters and Peaceful Veterinary Care because I believed that an in-home euthanasia practice and pet crematorium should show true compassion and care for our communities’ beloved pets. We strive to honor your pet in death, the same way you honored them in life.

We promise to treat the cremains of your beloved pets in the same respectful manner we would want our own pets to be treated. It’s one of the reasons why we offer tree planting as a way to celebrate each pet’s life. For every pet who goes through the aquamation process, we make a donation to Eden Reforestation Projects to plant a tree in their honor. Their memory will one day stand tall, leaves blowing in the breeze, to help the planet continue to be a healthy home for other animals.

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