About Us

All Paws Animal Clinic BuildingAll Paws Animal Clinic opened it’s doors for business in July 2002 and has rapidly grown into a well-established and respected veterinary hospital in the Western communities of Palm Beach County. We provide “Quality Care with Compassion for Your Best Friend”, our mission statement. We aim to provide the very best in medical diagnostics and surgery with the warmth and dedication for your deserving pet. Our team members are well-trained and know that you and your special friend are of the utmost importance!

Dr. Patricia Forsythe, Medical Director of All Paws, received her V.M.D. degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1985. After ten years of practice at the Newark Animal Hospital in Delaware, she accepted a position as the Medical Director of the VCA (Veterinary Centers of America) Stirling Square Animal Hospital in Ft. Lauderdale. After 7 years in Broward County, Dr. Patty (as she likes to be referred to) moved to Palm Beach County to start her own practice. She served as the Treasurer of the Broward County Veterinary Medical association from 1997-2002 and is currently serving her fourth year as secretary of the Palm Beach Veterinary Society. She is a member of both organizations as well as the Florida Veterinary Medical Association, the American Veterinary Medical Association and the American Animal Hospital Association. Dr. Patty attends continuing education classes on a regular basis to stay current on the many advances in veterinary medicine and surgery.

All Paws Animal Clinic has been chosen “Best of the West” for veterinarian in 2005, 2007, 2008 and 2009 by the readers of the Wellington Forum. We are proud of attaining such a recognition by our community and thank all of our wonderful clients for appreciating our services. We will do all that we can to continue to provide excellent customer service while taking the best care possible for your furry friends!

New Pet Tips

Thunderstorms and your pet’s fear

Thunderstorms and your pet’s fear

  Phobia: The fear of loud noises is considered a phobia, which is an intense response to a situation that your pet perceives as fear inducing. The pets response is out of proportion to the stimulus they fear. Phobic responses are very similar to fear, however... read more
Dental cleanings & your pet’s health

Dental cleanings & your pet’s health

Bad Breath: Bad breath is the most common sign of dental disease noted by pet owners. However, this is often only the tip of the iceberg. The gums can become irritated leading to bleeding and oral pain. Bacteria surrounding the roots can also gain access to the... read more

Behavioral Tips

Thunderstorms and your pet’s fear

Thunderstorms and your pet’s fear

  Phobia: The fear of loud noises is considered a phobia, which is an intense response to a situation that your pet perceives as fear inducing. The pets response is out of proportion to the stimulus they fear. Phobic responses are very similar to fear, however... read more
Introducing a new cat to your family

Introducing a new cat to your family

Behavior: Before introducing cats, it is helpful to understand their natural behavior. Feral cats typically live in matrilineal, related colonies. Male cats may travel among a number of colonies. When an adult female cat enters the colony, they are typically driven... read more