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"Both my dogs are 10 years old, the one has glaucoma and the other one has cataracts. What crystals can help?"
Thanks for reaching out to us. Senior furbabies, are the best!
For senior dogs specifically, I'd recommend some Blue Lace Agate or Blue Calcite to help with inflammation and ease that, as well as Carnelian to "warm their old bones". Often older pets spend more time sleeping or napping which can cause some stiffness and Carnelian can help ease that.
For Glaucoma, I'd recommend some Clear Quartz or Scapolite. It won't be able to prevent any sort of blindness but it's a good crystal that can help with the eyes. And to assist with Cataracts, you can work with Blue Calcite or Turquoise.
As always, remember that crystals can complement any veterinary advice and treatment but crystals are not a substitute for that. Always consult your local vet for advice.
For these crystals, you cay lay them on their body if they will allow it but if they don't, which is most likely the case, then you can keep the crystals near them while they sleep or take a nap during the day. Another way you can use them is to keep a small crystal on their collar or you can keep them in their bed or anywhere they spend a lot of time sleeping. After some time, I'd recommend that you take the crystals away and clear them. I don't recommend keeping crystals in their bed permanently because when they've soaked up what they need, they're going to want to move away from that energy. No one wants a crystal overdose.
I hope this helps and crystal blessings!
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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