"One thing I noticed when I used quartz crystal is that she listens to me more, there's better communication between us."

This observation by the Crystalmaster, 20 years ago, about how his dog Ishtar reacted to healing stones in his first store,  gave rise to "Rosley's Pet's Crystal," a wirewrapped stone you put on your cat or dog's collar.

At the time, the notion that crystals might help your animal best friend was considered... well, kooky, by mainstream standards.

If you read this 1996 article from the Chicago Tribune, the buried lead comes from the doctor interviewed:

"We really don't have the answer on how they work. But crystals do fit the Hippocratic dictum; (use of crystals) doesn't hurt if it doesn't work, which is more than we can say for some of our conventional approaches."

This is pretty much where everyone is now at, in 2016. Crystal therapy is a common treatment for cancer (accompanying medical science), mental health issues, even hyperactive/attention-deficit children.

Back then, though? This was considered quite novel. Nowadays, pets get Reiki treatment, drink Shungite water AND wear fashionable healing stones.

At the start of this year, we uncovered a major stock of this forgotten inventory, so if this is something that interests you, stop by!

We currently have the following stones available for your pet's collar: Carnelian, Turquoise, Jade, Aventurine, Amber & Smoky Quartz!

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