Hematite Pet Charm (Wrapped)

Hematite Pet Charm (Wrapped)

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Our pets, just like us, suffer a range of issues that can be assisted with the help of gemstones. Whether it's helping to calm and soothe their anxiety, hyperactivity, behavioural issues or easing joint or mobility issues; gemstones can offer support. 


Hematite is a grounding and protective stone that energises and revitalises that physical body. It promotes optimism, determination, courage, self-esteem and willpower. Hematite harmonises the mind, body and spirit, helping to dissolve negativity. A "stone for the mind", Hematite stimulates concentration and focus and enhances memory. 

Healing qualities: Aids in circulatory problems and blood conditions such as anaemia. It supports the kidneys in cleansing the blood and regenerates tissue. Assists in the absorption of iron and the formation of red blood cells. It grounds, calms and soothes animals, and helps maintain emotional boundaries. 

Indications for use: Animals that suffer from anaemia or other blood-related issues. Can be used for bleeding wounds or other blood disorders. Animals that suffer from kidney problems or circulatory issues. Useful for animals that are not performing well in training or sports. Is also useful to use in group panic or hysteria situations, especially with herd animals. 

Chakra Resonance: Root

Size - Crystal 2.5cm in length, with Clasp 6cm in length

Suitable for most dogs and cats to wear on their collar

Please note that the stones used are completely natural and may vary in size and colour. Please feel free to contact me with your pets name and the reason for choosing this gemstone so I can cleanse and charge it for your pets needs. 

The information provided by Paws & Harmony is collected from various resources and personal experience. This information is not under any circumstances meant to replace the advice of a veterinarian. Should your pet have any medical conditions, please see a licensed veterinary practitioner.