Pet Collar tag, for medium to large doggies ~ Blue green crackled crystal, St Benedict Patron against Poisoning, Doggie or Kitty charm, exorcism on the face Protection, Prayers by the bead original design.
Blue pet collar tag, St Benedict medal, patron Saint for protection from poisoning, excellent Pet haunt protection, Birdcage clip, Excellent Ghost Protection with an opalite accent crystal and Exorcism protection on the Vintage medal, or perfect for you as a zipper pull on your pet carrier or cage.
This is a medium to large pet tag, your pet babies need bitty tags, this can be clipped on jackets purses, harness or anywhere you can clip something on! Measures 2 1/2″ from top of clip to bottom of medal and is 5/8″ wide.
Animals can be frightened, just like humans from things they sense that they can’t get away from. Living in haunted houses or just being exposed to a demonic infestation puts your animals in a very dangerous place, if we protect ourselves with medals and prayers, shouldn’t we do the same with our pets?
Wire wrapped with a powerful medal of protection with silver plate wire over copper alloy. This hang tag will go on any smaller dog or cat collar, ferret collar, monkey bracelet, reptile cage, bird cage, hamster cage, horse (most don’t like big noisy medals around face or chin) bit or stall.. or where ever your bitty baby pet is situated. The clip is sturdy stainless and is portable. This Medal, minted since the 1600’s carries a powerful exorcism on it’s face!
We love our animals and have our girl wearing one this small on her collar. We had to make her this one as the bigger one, she learned fast and was pulling on her neck and she kept trying to get it off. I make these for all breeds and dog sizes. Convo me for more.
Our doggie model in these photos is a happy customer photo that was sent in, this beautiful doggie is wearing a different style from a different listing. If you are happy with your pet tag, please send or post a photo so we can share!!
☆ The St Benedict medal ☆
The purpose of using the medal in any of the above ways is to call down God’s blessing and protection upon us, wherever we are, and upon our homes and possessions, especially through the intercession of St. Benedict. By the conscious and devout use of the medal, it becomes, as it were, a constant silent prayer and reminder to us of our dignity as followers of Christ.
The medal is a prayer of exorcism against Satan, a prayer for strength in time of temptation, a prayer for peace among ourselves and among the nations of the world, a prayer that the Cross of Christ be our light and guide, a prayer of firm rejection of all that is evil, a prayer of petition that we may with Christian courage “walk in God’s ways, with the Gospel as our guide,” as St. Benedict urges us.