Custom Pet collars

I designed this collar to help Dante with epilepsy, bone and dental issues, joint pain and ear infections.

This collar helps Yoyo with joint pain and general  good health, essential to an aging dog.

Chanel proudly wears her "necklace" that suits her designer name!  She is a mature lady so I used  smoky quartz, amber, jade, carnelian, black onyx, malachite, labradorite and fluorite to support health issues that can plague older dogs.

Dogs that come from rescue centers often have issues such as separation anxiety, fear, trust and phobias.  Penny's collar was designed to assist her with those issues. This collar has some gorgeous gemstones including watermelon tourmaline for stress, amethyst for anxiety and garnet for loneliness.

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Custom pet collars

I have been making healing stone jewelry for over 8 years, but added this line of pet collars to my website after making gemstone collars for my own two poodles. In my ongoing research, I kept finding a lot of references to stones that were beneficial to pets. I started a new database for pet ailments and found a source for the collars. My pet collars are different than any others I have found on the market in several ways. First, the few I found for sale were small pouches with stones in them that were to be attached to the pet's collar. Second, they were pretty generic. 

My collars are leather with holes punched in them to allow gemstone beads to be sewn on with fine wire. Just like my human jewelry, there is a questionnaire to fill out that enables me to choose stones specific for your pet's needs. They are both beautiful and functional, available in 4 different colors and sizes. The stones for pets are not the same as the ones for humans. In fact, there are stones to treat things as specific as trauma from being in a rescue shelter, puppies recently weaned, separation anxiety and surgery recovery. 

 I noticed a difference in both of my miniature poodles immediately after making their collars. The older exhibited more energy due to several stones I used specifically for that. I noticed the younger one was able to communicate what he wanted more effectively (e.g. when he was hungry, wanted his water bowl filled, or wanted to go outside.) I just looked at him and knew what he wanted. Hard to believe, but true.



If you are interested in a custom pet collar, please click on the button below. The questionnaire also serves as an order form, so color and size requests are filled out there as well.