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"My Shetland Sheepdog, Monty (11 1/2 years old) has liver disease and a tumor between the size of a pea and a peanut. I am hoping the crystal will help to heal him."
Hi there lnancarrow,
Thanks for reaching out to us and I'm so sorry to hear about your dog! Crystals can definitely aid in support while healing but I have to share our standard disclaimer that crystals are tools and they can complement other forms of therapy but they are not a substitute for medical care or practices.
If he is in pain, I'd recommend something blue like Blue Lace Agate or Blue Calcite to offer some pain relief.
Also, Lepidolite can help with additional support during discomfort, it helps sleep if the pet is in pain and it helps lower stress.
Hemimorphite as well as Peridot can support the liver. Peridot is known to be helpful for the health of the liver and Hemimorphite helps maintain health.
When it comes to our pets, we can put these type of crystals in a little pouch for them and keep that in their bed or near their bed while they are sleeping. This is helpful if the crystals you have chosen are smaller and you don't want them to accidentally eat one of the stones.
I wouldn't recommend keeping it by his bed ALL the time as that is an overload of energy but if he goes down for a nap, put the crystals near him and when he's absorbed all he needs to, he'll move away or, when he wakes up, remove them for a bit.
It's also important to give them a good clearing on a regular basis (once per week or more if you feel necessary) if you are going to give him access to the crystals daily. You can read more about that here: How to Clean and Clear Crystals
I hope this helps and I'm sending love and light to both of you!
DISCLAIMER: We feel that crystals can complement other therapies and support energetic well being. Crystals should not be used as a replacement for medical treatment. For medical advice, please consult a licensed healthcare specialist.
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