Meet the Team
Veterinarian & Owner
Dr. Madison Rose
I'm Dr. Rose and I am the proud owner of Peaceful Veterinary Care. My desire to help families through end-of-life care is a direct extension of my own personal experiences in life.
I have lost both human and animal family members. I feel grateful that those closest to me have experienced the many benefits of good palliative care and I strive to offer the same high level of end-of-life care to my patients. I am a certified veterinary acupuncturist and I always look to incorporate alternative medical approaches to my patient's care plan.
Peaceful Veterinary Care is unique in that we are able to provide the full scope of palliative care; from quality of life assessments and alternative pain management to in-home euthanasia and cremation services. Having your veterinary provider oversee your pet's health care and aftercare services truly separates us from other providers. I believe that every living being deserves a dignified passing and a thoughtful aftercare plan.
My free time is occupied by time spent with my husband and our three children. I love riding my horse and being outdoors.
I am honored that you have taken the time to consider our services and I wish you and your pet family peace and comfort.
Dr. Lauren Chapman
My name is Dr. Lauren Chapman and I am truly passionate about providing compassionate and dignified care to our beloved animal companions during their final stages of life.
For as long as I can remember, my love for animals has guided my path. As I navigated undergraduate work at The Ohio State University, it became clear that I wanted to dedicate my life to improving the well-being of animals and offering support to their loving families. After completing my degree in Animal Science I was fortunate enough to be admitted to The Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation from veterinary school, I embarked on a fulfilling journey that led me to specialize in hospice care.
Working as a hospice veterinarian has allowed me to blend my medical expertise with my heartfelt desire to create a peaceful and comfortable environment for animals facing end-of-life challenges. I strongly believe that every animal deserves a dignified and pain-free transition, surrounded by love and compassion.
At Peaceful Veterinary Care, we strive to provide holistic care tailored to each individual animal's needs. We work closely with pet owners, helping them understand their companion's condition, discussing available options, and providing guidance throughout this difficult journey. We focus on managing pain, alleviating discomfort, and ensuring that our furry friends experience a sense of peace and tranquility during their final moments.
As a veterinarian, I consider it a great privilege to be invited into the lives of these special animals and their families during such an emotional time. I am humbled by the trust they place in me and remain dedicated to offering my expertise, empathy, and support.
When I'm not working, you can often find me in nature, seeking solace and finding inspiration in the beauty of the world around us. I believe that connecting with nature can bring healing and serenity to our lives, and it serves as a reminder of the remarkable bond we share with our animal companions.
Thank you for visiting our website. If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the services we offer at Peaceful Veterinary Care, please don't hesitate to reach out. Together, let's create a peaceful and compassionate journey for your beloved pet during their final stage of life.
Dr. Crystal Garnett, DACVIM
I am Dr. Crystal Garnett, originally from St. Louis, MO. I obtained my veterinary degree from University of Missouri-Columbia in 2012 and furthered my education through a small animal rotating internship at The Ohio State University.
Driven by my passion for medical oncology, I pursued a residency at the University of California, Davis, where my training was completed in 2016. Subsequently, I achieved board certification in Oncology in 2016 then moved to San Diego to join a multi-specialty hospital as the first and only oncologist at that practice.
In 2018, a significant shoulder injury led me to discover the healing potential of acupuncture and integrative medicine. Recognizing the profound benefits, I decided to pursue a certification course in veterinary acupuncture at Chi University in Florida, earning my CVA (certified veterinary acupuncturist) in December 2022.
As a medical oncologist, I integrate acupuncture into my practice, complementing chemotherapy treatments to mitigate potential side effects and manage pain from arthritis, symptoms from my patients’ cancer, etc. Additionally I assist patients with a range of other conditions such as back or neck injuries, chronic gastrointestinal issues, and orthopedic injuries.
In my free time I enjoy practicing yoga, reading, strength training, and embarking on travel adventures in our RV accompanied by our spirited longhaired miniature dachshunds.
My name is Tonja and I am the office manager at Peaceful Veterinary Care. I have been in the veterinary industry for ten years as a veterinary technician and clinic manager.
In the past decade I have come to find that my true passion in this field is in end-of-life care. I feel deeply that my role at Peaceful Veterinary Care allows me to help families navigate one of the most difficult times in their lives.
I love being a part of a business that is genuine and goes above and beyond to provide services to families and pets in need. When you come to Peaceful Vet Care you can trust that your beloved family member is in the right hands.