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Why and how are animals drawn to the crystals? I placed my crystals in the moonlight and one of my Labradore Retrievers ate my raw amber. I do not understand.

 

Dear J,

Thank you for your inquiry. I am sorry to hear that your dog ate your Amber. 

Although I am not a vet* I do know that aAnimals are drawn to energy. Animals can sense the vibrations of crystals just like they can hear sound waves that we can not. Your dog may have just been curious. Young dogs that are teething also like to chew everything that they can. If you dog is a puppy, this is another reason he may have eaten the crystal.

To help you determine the reason why your dog ate the Amber, here is a link to an article as to why dogs eat unusual things. 

I hope that this information can be of assistance and that crystals grace your journey with love and light.

Crystal Blessings!

Lourdes

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*Disclaimer – Crystals are not a medical treatment and should not be used as a replacement for medical care. Please consult your healthcare specialist for your particular needs.



Posted on January 20, 2012
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