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"I will be forever grateful if you could advice me on what crystals I can buy for my little doggy who is suffering from tumour in his tail. Any healing crystals that will flush the toxins and give him relief from pain and help for longitivity of his life as much as possible. He is a Pomeranian of 7 years old."



Hi there M,

Thanks for reaching out to us and I'm so sorry to hear about your furbaby! I'd love to offer you some crystals suggestions but before I do, our standard disclaimer: Crystals can complement all forms of therapy but aren't a substitute for medical advice/practices. I am not a doctor or vet and cannot offer medical advice. Always check with your local vet for advice.

Smokey Quartz is great at dispersing negative energies, relieving stress, and alleviating pain. Smokey Quartz is often used as a detoxifying crystal as well, making it especially helpful for supporting releasing toxins. Rainbow Fluorite is also really great for alleviating pain for dogs and sometimes they respond a little better to Rainbow Fluorite than Smokey for pain.

Bloodstone and Malachite? can be used to support shrinking tumors (Bloodstone works well for this) and treating tumors (Malachite.)

Larimar and Rose Quartz is a wonderful healer and animals would most likely respond well to it because of it's gentle, energy. Larimar may also be really useful in reducing any stress that he may be having.

I hope this helps and sending much love to you and your furbaby :)?

Siobhan Gouws-Moller, from SGCrystalHealing


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.

Posted on December 07, 2021
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