Gulf Shores, Alabama

Magnolia by the Gulf Animal Clinic

Where Pets are Family Too!

Magnolia by the Gulf Animal Clinic

19930 Oak Rd West
Gulf Shores, AL 36542
251-968-7523
Magnolia by the Gulf Animal Clinic, Veterinarians, Health and Beauty, Gulf Shores, Alabama

Magnolia by the Gulf Animal Clinic is a full-service veterinary hospital and pet boarding facility located in Gulf Shores, AL. They consider pets to be part of the family, offering personalized care to every patient and seeking to merge the art of caring with the science of medicine. They are headed by four lead veterinarians, some of whom have nearly two decades of experience.

  • Pet Dental Care: Dental disease is an important issue at Magnolia by the Gulf Animal Clinic. Their comprehensive veterinary services include scaling, polishing, and fluoride treatments, as well as expert advice on caring for your pet's teeth at home.
  • Spaying & Neutering: Help slow overpopulation and protect your pet from disease with these important preventative procedures. Under Magnolia by the Gulf Animal Clinic's loving care, your pet will recover quickly and comfortably.
  • Microchipping: Microchipping is a simple procedure and one of the most effective ways to retrieve lost pets. The chip is discreetly hidden underneath your pet's skin and can be scanned by veterinary hospitals and animal shelters all over the country.
  • Laser Therapy: One of the many cutting-edge technologies available at Magnolia by the Gulf Animal Clinic, FDA-approved Class 4 Laser Therapy helps with circulation, stimulates nerve cells, and promotes faster healing in animals.
  • Pet Boarding: These comfortable facilities include deluxe dog kennels and kitty condos. Canine residents are taken outside at least three times a day for fresh air.

To learn more about veterinary services available at Magnolia by the Gulf Animal Clinic, visit them online, or call them directly in Gulf Shores at (251) 968-7523 to schedule an appointment.

Announcements & Events from Magnolia by the Gulf Animal Clinic
What You Need to Know About Hematomas in Dogs, Gulf Shores, Alabama
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A Guide to Pet Obesity, Gulf Shores, Alabama
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3 Holiday Plants That Can Harm Pets, Gulf Shores, Alabama
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The Importance of Flea & Tick Prevention, Gulf Shores, Alabama
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What Are the Benefits of Pet Laser Therapy & What Can It Treat?, Gulf Shores, Alabama
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Though many people love to travel around the world, they are often unable to bring their pets. When making such plans, they turn to their local pet boarding facility. But how can you...read more
As your pooch ages, their basic needs will change. It’s important to be aware of the signs of aging and ensure you make the necessary adjustments to help your senior p...read more
Your pet’s dental care is just as important as yours. Caring for your pet’s teeth can prevent other health problems from occurring. It’s important to schedule preventative dental ser...read more
There are many rewards that come with bringing a new puppy into your home, including unconditional love and a new companion. That being said, animal clinics everywhere recommend lear...read more
Flu season is now upon us, and to shield your family from the virus, protect your four-legged family member as well. Magnolia by the Gulf Animal Clinic in Alabama shares some key tip...read more
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Obesity doesn’t only affect people; it’s a serious problem for pets, too. That’s why Magnolia by the Gulf Animal Clinic in Alabama, recommends dog owners take special care to keep th...read more
If your precious pet is getting older, then senior pet care is vital to ensuring that he or she stays healthy. Recognizing the signs of aging and taking preventative measures wi...read more
Regularly cleaning your pet’s ears is essential to excellent health. Like people, dogs and cats are susceptible to ear infections, skin allergies, and other ear conditions. Today, th...read more
If you’re about to welcome a new child into your family, but you’re concerned about how they’ll get along with your favorite four-legged friend, Magnolia by the Gulf Animal Clinic ca...read more
Rescuing a dog or cat is one of the most joyous moments of an animal lover’s life. Not only are you providing a loving home for a shelter animal in need, but you’ll also receive unco...read more
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Magnolia by the Gulf Animal Clinic wants all of their patients to know that they will be observing National Pet Dental Health Month this February. It'll be a time for educating pet o...read more
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Entry Fee $20 per Family. All proceeds will be donated to All About Dogs Coastal Rescue. Call MBTG with any questions 251.968.7523.read more
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Happy Holidays from Magnolia by the Gulf! Just a reminder about our Holiday hours for next week. Monday through Wednesday we are here normal business hours 7 am to 5:30 pm. On Christ...read more
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