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Hello!  I thought I’d share this article with everyone.  It’s about human home dental care, but the same is true for dogs and cats!....

Doing Our Part To Prevent Covid-19

At Magnolia Animal Dentistry we take your personal health and safety seriously. As a veterinary health care facility, universal precautions are always in place in our office.

Partnership With Local Dog Parks!

Hello pet lovers!  We are proud to announce Magnolia Animal Dentistry's partnership with the non-profit DogPaw!  dog paw manages the local off-leash dog parks in Clark County and we are so pleased to be working with them to help provide a much needed resource at any dog park…

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We are here for your dog or cat veterinary dental cleaning needs! Whether you’re in Vancouver, Battle Ground, Washougal, Camas, Brush Prairie, Portland…

Our Most Recent Yelp Review!

Thank you to all of our wonderful clients!  We are so happy to be of service!......

Who Got A New Puppy Or Kitten For Christmas?

Bringing a new puppy or kitten into your home is a magical time.  So much bonding, training, and playing is happening at all times.  But it’s also a time where the decisions you make can set the stage for the rest of your new pet’s life.  Here are my recommendations to start out on the right foot!

Hello FPD friends! We had a very interesting procedure this week that I thought I would share with you. It’s a good reminder of why regular dental cleanings and oral examinations under anesthesia are so important! You never know what you will find!


Hello everyone! In case you haven’t heard, just wanted to let you know that we moved this summer to our new location at 615 SE Chkalov Dr. Suite 14 in Vancouver, Washington! We’re in the Cascade Village Shopping Center and are so happy with our new space!....

The Importance Of Annual Dental Cleanings In Dogs & Cats

A great example of the importance of annual dental care. The featured headline picture is of a lower left molar in an older dog from 2017. At that time the tooth had evidence of periodontal disease, but since it was a very large and important chewing tooth, we decided to try to save it.

Magnolia Animal Dentistry Accepting Nominations To Help Military Families This Holiday Season

Magnolia Animal Dentistry is accepting nominations of veterans or families of veterans to receive a special gift for their furry family members this holiday season. The three servicemen or women chosen will be provided with a complete dental cleaning and treatment package for their pets at no charge to them....