How Crystal Healing Helps Your Cat's And Dog’s Behavior?

posted by Shotaro Nabeya   14/07/2020

The reasons why using crystal healing will help you with your pets behavior

Crystal healing for pets, what is it?

Dogs and Cats were first domesticated over 10,000 years ago.

Our furry companions have provided us comfort, love, and companionship just like they did for early humans, but just like us, they experience anxiety and express these negative feelings in ways that seem disobedient or aggressive.

These types of animal behaviors have long been counteracted with all sorts of restrictive devices and medication.

However, there is another method called Crystal Healing that works just as efficiently without harming your pet just by regulating their balance.


How does crystal healing for dog work?

All Crystals have different healing properties that benefit both animals and people.

Different healing crystals and stones can help heal or improve the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual state of an animal.

These healing crystals can help with respiratory, circulatory, and digestive conditions; aggression, fear and anxiety; hormonal and compulsive behavior issues and even heal wounds and inflammation.


Where should I place my healing stones for my dog?

These healing crystals and stones should be put around the house.

This will ensure a night of good sleep for your furry companions.

Even better, have your pets wear them as a collar or accessory, carefully infuse them in their water dish and food bowl.

The ideal signs to look out for are to see if your pets are relaxed, belly up and wanting belly rubs, wanting to play, and having a good appetite.


Which crystal healing is best for cats & dogs?

Some of the most widely used stones are the Chevron Amethyst, Sodalite, Howlite, Rose Quartz, and the Black Obsidian.

Chevron Amethyst

Chevron Amethyst is the best choice for a vocal dog, it decreases fear and grief, and stops your dog from having panic attacks, perfect for dogs that can’t bear to be alone.

The stone emits a chill vibe and reduces the need for your dog to bark. This stone is especially beneficial for elderly dogs because it reduces the pain from joint and muscle aches.

Sodalite

Sodalite is a beautiful stone that calms hyperactive and aggressive animals.

Not only do they calm the barking and biting, but it also helps soothe emotional levels in female dogs during their heat cycle.

The healing specialties of this stone help reduce inflammation in both the body and the mind and also boosts self-esteem for defensive dogs.

Howlite

Howlite specializes in strengthening confident emotions.

Emotions such as courage, bravery, and determination. It also promotes better and restful sleep patterns which in turn leads to more energy and focus.

A great stone to use for shy animals that like to hide behind their owners when meeting someone new.

Rose Quartz

Rose Quartz is known widely as the crystal that attracts and emits feelings of unconditional love.

It is great for animals that have been traumatized by past events or animals that are very shy and scared.

It radiates the feelings of security and peace and it also decreases muscle tension and speeds up healing from physical injuries.

Black Obsidian

Black Obsidian for dog reduces feelings of loneliness as it soothes the nerves of your animal companion.

Animals that experience separation anxiety can greatly benefit from this crystal.

It also strengthens creativity and intelligence in your dogs, allowing them to learn more tricks at a faster rate.

Intelligence also leads to better perceptive abilities, allowing your dog to examine situations better before reacting instinctively.


End note

These stones and crystals can be bought through a variety of items such as Bowls, Collars, and Harnesses, etc.

At Merci Collective we specialize in integrating crystal healing into our accessories.

Our team understands the impact of these stones and crystals on animals and wants to help spread joy and love throughout all households – in style.

For more information, visit Merci Collective.

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