Crystals for dogs
We can use crystals to heal and help ourselves, so perhaps we can use them with our pets. In this article, we will look at the various ways you might use crystals with your dog.However, if there is a problem with your dog’s health, your first stop should be the vet!
Crystals work by emitting vibrations or frequencies that can influence the body’s energy field. These vibrations can help to balance and align the body’s energy centers, sometimes known as chakras, which can promote healing and a sense of well-being. We can not use these same principles on our pets.
We can use crystals in a variety of ways for dogs, including carrying them in a our pocket when we take are near them, or placing them in the dog’s proximity. Some people even make crystal elixirs by placing crystals in water, which the dog can then drink. We cannot recommend this, as some crystals are toxic and we don’t want our dog to swallow any! Below are some safe ways your dog can interact with crystals.
- Put crystals in your house – your dog may pick up the good vibes
- You can put crystals near a bottle of water to ‘charge’ it with the properties of the crystal. As there is no contact between your dog and the crystal, they can drink this water for crystal benefits.
- You can buy gem or crystal studded collars – but again do your own research and ensure that the collar is safe
There are several crystals that are believed to have specific properties that may be beneficial for dogs. Before you start, make sure you have cleansed your crystals!
Amethyst for soothing your dog
Amethysts are one of the best crystals for dogs. We can use it for its relaxing and soothing properties. They can help to reduce anxiety and stress and these healing properties may also help to boost the immune system.
Fluorite for grounding and stabilizing your dog
Fluorite is also a good crystal for dogs is, which is believed to have a grounding and stabilizing effect. It is also said it can help clear the mind and improve focus, making it a good choice for dogs who may have trouble paying attention or following commands.
Rose quartz for loving and calming
This crystal is known for its loving and calming energy, and is said to be helpful for dogs who may be experiencing grief or loss.
Citrine for added zing!
Citrine has energizing and uplifting properties, and may be helpful for dogs who are feeling lethargic or depressed.
It’s important to keep in mind that crystals are not a substitute for proper medical care and you should not use them in place of traditional treatments. If your dog is experiencing any health issues or behavioral problems, it is always best to consult with a veterinarian or a qualified professional.
In conclusion, crystals can be a helpful tool for promoting well-being and balance in dogs. However, it’s important to do your research and use caution when introducing crystals to your pet. As with any holistic approach, it’s always best to consult with a professional before trying anything new.