We saw the need for an aftercare company for pet lovers, for people like us. So, we designed Peaceful Pets from the ground up, to take care of your pets in the exact same way we want our own pets to be treated. It’s what makes us unique. We offer the best and most personal care available. We also feel that, in today’s world, being environmentally responsible is an important part of honoring our pets.
Kaila M. says on Yelp: “Don’t even think about cremation or burial, Peaceful Pets is honestly the only truly loving, caring honest place to take your pets for their final trip.”
Many people haven’t heard of aquamation because it has only become available to the public in the last few years; however, it has been the preferred method of aftercare for universities and large organizations for decades. It is not only a 100% green, water-based system, but a far gentler process than fire-based pet cremation. It works by replicating what happens to a body when buried and is, in fact, just an acceleration of what Mother Nature does. Your pet’s ash is returned in a decorative urn and includes a personalized, name-engraved, decorated, baked clay paw print. As pet owners, we know what it’s like to have to grieve such a difficult loss. That’s why we make the process friendly, seamless, and loving, because we understand you want the best for your pet’s aftercare. Few, if any, companies go to the extent we do.
Aquamation is the newest, safest and most natural process that you can have done for your pet. As an alternative to traditional cremation, it is far superior in almost every way. Cremation requires enormous amounts of energy and, consequently, releases tons of toxic, green house gases into the atmosphere. Aquamation only uses 1/20th of the energy that cremation does and has zero toxic emissions.
In fact, Aquamation’s entire carbon footprint is only one-tenth of what fire-based cremation produces. It also:
For pet owners who care about the environment, Aquamation is by far the safest and only choice. Read more about the process of Aquamation.
As with any new process, there can be some confusion as companies try to capitalize on it. There are three choices for a pet’s aftercare: Aquamation, cremation, and burial. There is no such thing as cremation by water, water cremation, or aqua cremation. Cremation is an oxidative process, meaning it reduces a body by incinerating it. Aquamation is a gentler, water based process, far from cremation.
We know losing your companion is difficult and we want to help you through it. We’ve been through it ourselves and we get it. At Peaceful Pets, we are always available to talk to and advise you. We can also be a comforting resource for pet owners, whether answering your questions, helping you select mementos or just listening to a story. Whatever you need, we’ll help you through this difficult time.
Big or small, cats or dogs, reptiles, exotic animals, and every other kind of pet in between…we are proud to offer you an environmentally superior and far gentler process for our companions, who deserve no less.
Nancy W. says on yelp: “Wonderful……You can really tell the care and love they put into giving him the respect he deserved….Professional, good for the environment, and caring.”