Matt Mason

Meet the friendly staff at Magnolia Pet Wellness Center!


Photo of Dr. Christina BarbierDr. Christina Barbier

Dr. Christina Barbier has a handsome son, Grant. She also has two feline kids, Midnight and Isabella, as well as Phoebe, a Maltese. She is a native of New Orleans. After attending the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, Dr. Barbier went on to graduate from Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2000. Upon graduation, she relocated to Las Vegas and has worked as a small animal practitioner. In the past, she participated in several mission trips with the Peter Emily International Veterinary Dental Foundation (PEIVDF).

Although there have been many extraordinary new medical advances, Dr. Barbier decided to go back to school to study the centuries old technique of acupuncture to enhance the traditional medical care of her patients. She received her formal training at THE CHI INSTITUTE under the world-renowned holistic veterinarian, Dr. Huisheng Xie. After studying both western and eastern medical practices, she has gained an understanding of how the two approaches can work together and integrates them in her patient care. Thus, Dr. Barbier practices INTEGRATIVE medicine- a combination of traditional Chinese veterinary medicine and conventional western medicine to diagnose and treat her patients. She uses modalities such as acupuncture, essential oil therapy, herbal therapy and food therapy.

After having her own relief veterinary company here in Las Vegas, Dr. Barbier decided to pursue her dream of opening a wellness center and pet resort. This facility would enable her to treat both ends of the leash. It has taken nearly 3 years for Dr. Barbier’s vision to materialize into Magnolia Pet Wellness Center.


Pat

Pat, Veterinary Assistant

Pat was born in Phoenix, Arizona then moved to Japan and finally her family settled in Southern California, where she grew up.  She moved to Las Vegas in 1998 from Southern California.  She is following her lifelong passion to work with animals.  When she has free time, she enjoys traveling, swimming, movies, concerts and playing with her two fur babies - a Golden Retriever, Minnie Latte and a cat, Sweet Pea.






Cherie, ReceptionistCherie

I am originally from Southern California. I moved to Las Vegas in 2000. I am the proud mother of two amazing kids, Alessa who is 8 years old, and Parker, who is 5 years old. I also have 3 fur-babies, a pug named Ginger, Peaches (a mini Poodle mix) and Eddie, a mini Schnauzer. In my spare time, I love to sleep, cook and bake. I also love taking the kids out to somewhere fun. Coffee is a must have on a daily basis! I love tacos, the beach, surfing, reading and enjoying life to the fullest.






Kianna, Veterinary Assistant

Kianna was born and raised in Henderson, Nevada. She became a Vet Assistant in 2013 after graduating from Pima Medical Institute. She  is a proud mother of two dogs, a border collie named Newton and a pomeranian named Nilla. In her free time she likes to drink coffee, take photos, and watch movies.

Shea, Receptionist

Shea has always had a passion for animals, coming from a family of groomers and breeders of show line Yorkies. She is currently a proud mom of a terrier mix, hedgehog, and several fish. When not taking care of animals at work or home, Shea enjoys reading horror novels or binging crime dramas.



JenniferJennifer, Groomer

Jennifer was born and raised in Las Vegas. She has 1 fur-baby, a whippet, named Cora. Cora is 16 years old and is as wild as ever! She is Jennifer's only "girl" and she loves her to pieces! Jennifer went to pet grooming school and received her Masters All Breed Certification. She has been grooming for 25+ years and absolutely enjoys her job! Working with animals has always been her passion. What she enjoys most about her job is making animals feel clean, confident and well grounded with themselves.

Matt Mason
Veterinary Assistant
'When I made the decision that I wanted to join the Anderson Veterinary Clinic team, Dr. Anderson really took me under her wing and helped me invest myself wholeheartedly. Since then, I've been helping pet owners make healthier choices and living a healthier life with their pets.'
Background

Matt Mason was born and raised in San Diego, CA. Matt graduated from Kaplan University with a medical administration degree and has been working with Dr. Anderson for over 5 years. During Matt's free time he loves spending as much time as he can with is family, traveling, eating out and dancing.

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Magnolia Pet Wellness Center

Monday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-4:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

Feedback from our clients

  • "My groomer Jennifer moved to Magnolia Pet Wellness Center..Jennifer is by far the best groomer in town. She is great with my baby girl..I wouldn't just trust anyone. Jennifer is compassionate and loves animals. The facility
    Is beautiful and immaculate.."
    Irene S
  • "Dr. Barbier is very compassionate. Unfortunately, my first experience with her was due to my cat's illness and he did not survive. But, she made this experience so much better. The staff is also very nice and helpful."
    Lynda C
  • "Dr. Barbier is the best! We just moved to LV from Florida and had to take our Jack Russell Terrier "Cash" to the Vet for tummy issues. He can be somewhat aggressive when scared and Dr. B handled him so well! She even sat on the floor with him and had a great doggie bedside manner! I also liked her and felt she genuinely cared about my dog and took time to answer all my questions! They have cute dog beds for exam tables, which was a nice change from the cold metal exam tables. The staff was also excellent. Prices were fair too. Highly recommend."
    Ashlee A

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