Therapeutic Gemstones for Animals
Give your favorite animal the gift of well-being!
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Nearly all of Gemisphere's therapeutic gemstone necklaces are suitable for animals. Like people, our pets face a variety of issues that can be aided with therapeutic gems. For example, some animals may be fearful or easily upset because of painful memories or experiences; others may have physical health conditions. Therapeutic gemstones can provide support in resolving these situations and others. Many people enjoy sharing gemstone necklaces with their pets simply as a way of expressing love and appreciation of their companionship. No matter what the issue or desire, therapeutic gemstones can provide wonderful benefits for pets.
On this page, we have highlighted a few of the gemstone necklaces that we recommend most often to support the physical and emotional well-being of animals. Necklaces can either be worn around the animal’s neck or placed elsewhere on the pet’s body to produce more focused effects.
When choosing a necklace for your pet, you may also find it helpful to read our page, How To Choose Gemstones.
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Physical Healing and Upliftment
To help heal, soothe, comfort, and uplift your pet and to relieve pain, consider these therapeutic gemstone necklaces for your pet:
Emotional Healing and Upliftment
To improve your pet’s emotional and physical stability, nurture your pet’s emotional well-being, and enhance your mutual connection, consider these therapeutic gemstone necklaces for your pet:
Immune Support and Relief from Tension
To support your pet’s immune and endocrine systems, provide relief from muscle tension or tightness, and to strengthen your pet’s overall resistance to disease, consider these therapeutic gemstone necklaces for your pet:
More Experiences of Animal Healing
Carnelian, Quartz, and Dark Green Aventurine
“I used Carnelian, Quartz, and Dark Green Aventurine necklaces when treating a Thoroughbred gelding with pigeon fever. Swelling was centering in his sheath, with lymph swelling all along his underbelly. With so much discomfort, he was having difficulty walking. We performed a placement therapy of Carnelian on his sacral chakra area and a Quartz placement on his solar plexus. We observed many “releases," his eyes softened, and his head dropped in relaxation. Then we held the Dark Green Aventurine under his very swollen sheath, and the area immediately began to drain from a lanced opening created by a veterinarian earlier in the week. Directly after this treatment, the horse walked with much more ease. (Because the drained fluid is highly infectious, we placed the Dark Green Aventurine inside a plastic bag to prevent contamination, yet still found it very effective.) We performed the same treatment three weeks in a row, with similar draining the second week and no draining the third week, since the horse seemed to be healed.”
C.P., Medical Social Worker
Mother of Pearl
“I put a Mother of Pearl necklace around my dog’s neck, and she no longer suffers from separation anxiety.”
Mother of Pearl
“I recently purchased a Mother of Pearl necklace for my cat. Normally she is very head-shy; when I take off her collar or put it back on, she gets very upset and runs away and hides for a while. But when I showed her this necklace, she actually made the kind of chirping sound she makes when she recognizes that she is being given a treat. And when I put it around her neck, she settled down and started to purr. This is very unusual for her.
“Since wearing the Mother of Pearl, she has become bolder and braver. She used to be reluctant to come over for attention when the other cats were around, and she would wait for them to leave before she approached. But now she comes right over, even when the other cats are present. She is also less aggressive with the other cats and tends to initiate play rather than aggression. The other cats in the house also seem to be behaving more positively, too.”
To start working with gemstone therapy in your veterinary practice, you may want to consider these two invaluable necklaces:
Carnelian can be worn around the animal’s neck or placed anywhere on the body to support any internal detoxification program and to promote healing of any stubborn or persistent condition that isn’t responding to other therapies. It is particularly helpful in treating a diseased or toxic organ or area, particularly one involved in the endocrine and lymph systems, soft tissue, and skin.
Bloodstone can be worn around the neck or placed anywhere on the animal’s body to promote immune response and to treat organ weakness, arthritic joints, sore muscles, or gout. It can also be used to support a general detoxification program.
If you would like to include a greater variety of gemstone therapy tools in your veterinary practice, consider this group of necklaces as a start-up kit. See discussions of these gemstones above for more information on their uses for animals.
Dark Green Aventurine to uplift any ailing organ and promote overall physical health.
Carnelian to improve vitality and support detoxification
Mother of Pearl for comforting animals who may be upset or frightened
Onyx for grounding and physical stability
Rhodonite for calming emotions and long-term emotional healing
Lavender to relieve pain and promote healing (And consider getting one for yourself, too! Lavender aligns and integrates all aspects of one’s being -- physical, emotional, mental, intuitive, and spiritual. Wearing Lavender can heighten and enhance awareness. Wearing Lavender—and/or placing around your patient’s neck prior to an exam—can enhance your diagnostic acumen.)
Light Green Emerine for soothing and relieving pain; also useful for pre- and post-surgical treatments
Citrine for relieving tension resulting from pain, strain, or sprain; also useful for pre- and post-surgical treatments
Sodalight for post-traumatic stress
A Dog’s Tale of the Healing Power of Gemstones
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