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I have a pikapoo dog. This is her 2nd operation within 2 years for bladder stones. I am wondering if there is a stone that will help her with this re-occuring problem?
Greetings and thank you for visiting our site. I must first make the disclaimer that I am not a veterinarian and I cannot give out medical advice for your pet. That being said, I can tell you that more and more people are using healing crystals with their pets. Just as crystals offer healing energies to humans, they can do the same for our pets. One thing to consider however, is your dog's diet, which you may have already tried to adjust, but I have to mention it.
I know Amber is supposed to be good for the bladder. Amber helps with all kinds of physical issues, and is a powerful healing stone. Amber can cleanse all the chakras, and is believed to draw out negative energies of all kinds. We have some Amber items on this page:
Jade is another stone that is known to help bladder issues. Jade is frequently used to combat ailments involving the organs of elimination. We carry some Jade here:
These stones can be placed under your dog's bedding to send their energies to your dog on a continuous basis. Please take a look at our newsletter articles on cleansing and programming, on this page:
I hope this helps. Good luck with your peekapoo!
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