The Best Crystals For Pets

August 30, 2019

The Best Crystals For Pets

We all know that pets are adorable sources of love and companionship - but did you know that they’re also fantastic energy receptors? Many people say that your dog or cat (or parrot, or rabbit, or horse) can pick up on your energetic vibrations, which in turn impacts their behavior. Your beloved critter can be a wonderful mirror to how you’re really feeling. Just like humans, animals are believed to pick up on the vibrations given off by gems - so you’ll want to surround your pets with the very best crystals for their needs. Below, a few gems your pet will love.

Peridot


peridot

This stone is believed to provide a sense of balance to keep your fur baby feeling level on even the most chaotic days. Peridot is also said to infuse a sense of joy into your surroundings. Most of our pets are already the happiest creatures we know, but the happier the better!

Brown Agate


Brown Agate

Your critter needs power and strength for all those flying leaps onto high shelves, sprints up and down the stairs, and marathon sessions of fetch at the park. Brown agate is believed to offer a strong foundation to power your pet through their day. This stone is also said to offer up a grounding and supportive energy so they always feel secure.

Mangano Calcite


Mangano Calcite

If you’re in the midst of training a puppy, you’ll definitely want to have lots of mangano calcite on hand. This stone is said to encourage positive social behavior, which can help your pet learn the right way to act around other animal and human friends. This gem is also believed to promote self-esteem and love.

Nephrite Jade


Nephrite Jade

Jade may be the universal stone of good luck, but it’s also believed to be an excellent source of vitality. Keep nephrite jade around your pet to give them a burst of energy and confidence.

Clear Quartz


Clear Quartz

In the healing arts, this quintessential gem is said to amplify awareness and add more power to your intentions. It’s a wonderful stone for keeping your pet engaged and focused.

Ready to elevate your pet’s vibration?

Serve them their water in our CrownJuwel Gem-Water Pet Bowls by VitaJuwel. These gorgeous bowls feature a blend of powerful gems to add some extra positivity to your pet’s hydration routine.


Amp up your pet parenting game by surrounding yourself with these Gem-Water blends:

Show your pet how much you care with Love, a blend of rose quartz, garnet, and clear quartz believed to inspire devotion and compassion.

Keep up with active dogs on walks with Fitness, a combination of magnesite, red jasper, and clear quartz that is said to help increase your energy levels and endurance.

Match your energetic puppy or kitten’s zest for life with Euphoria, a blend of pistachio opal and clear quartz. This blend is believed to fill you with a sense of harmony, peace, and utter joy - just like your tiny critter feels every time you walk through the door.


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