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Welcome to All Care Animal Clinic
Your Veterinarian in West Palm Beach FL
Call us at (561) 688-1154

Welcome to All Care Animal Clinic, your West Palm Beach Veterinarian. As a full-service animal hospital, we offer both routine and emergency vet care six days a week. When you visit our office, you and your cat or dog will be welcomed into our sterile, peaceful waiting room by our friendly front office staff. We know a visit to the vet can be stressful, so we take every step to make our West Palm Beach veterinarian a happy place to keep your pet healthy.

Meet Our West Palm Beach Vet

Our West Palm Beach vet, Dr. Celia M. Oberto, brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and love to the practice. A graduate of the University of Miami and the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Oberto has spent many years working with animals of all kinds. Before going into private practice, she worked at the University of Miami as a research assistant for the Department of Medicine, as well as a veterinary assistant for the Department of Animal Care Primate Breeding Center.

Cat and Dog Vet Services

Dr. Oberto and staff provide comprehensive cat and dog vet services for all stages of life.

Wellness Exams: A yearly wellness exam keeps your cat or dog healthy with a nose to tail check that includes taking vitals, examining teeth, organs and coat, and checking for abnormalities, such as tumors.

Emergency Exams: During regular business hours, our doors are always open to walk-in emergencies, such as poisoning or car accident. Our animal hospital will start with triage and then quickly provide the appropriate emergency care.

Dental Cleanings: An annual dental cleaning under anesthesia is an effective way to prevent periodontal disease and its serious side effects, which include tooth loss and even organ damage. During a wellness exam, we will make recommendations for your pet's teeth.

Diagnostics: Blood work, urinalysis, x-rays and ultrasounds are important tools that aid diagnosis when you know your pet is not feeling well. Diagnostics are also the best way to screen for diseases that develop before your pet shows symptoms.

Vaccinations: We recommend every cat and dog receive life-saving core vaccines on a routine schedule. In some cases, such as for boarding or vising certain outdoor environments, your cat or dog may need additional vaccines.

Spay and Neuter: Sterilization surgery of spay or neuter not only prevents your pet from having a litter, but it also has many health benefits, such as reducing the risk of deadly cancers.

Contact Our Local Veterinarian to Schedule an Appointment

We would love to meet your pet. Call us for a comprehensive appointment at our West Palm veterinarian: (561) 688-1154. Our staff is happy to answer any questions you may have.


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Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Tuesday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Wednesday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Thursday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 AM-5:00 PM

Saturday:

8:00 AM-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Location

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Testimonials

From our happy pet owners

  • "The best vet in Palm Beach County! The staff is so caring� Dr. Oberto is the best� I wouldnt trust any other vet with my Pretty Kitty! If you want the best care for your animals this IS the place to go. I can't thank them enough for taking such good care of my fur baby�"
    Sheryl T.
  • "Dr. Oberto and their staff are amazing!
    They took us in on an emergency visit instantly and put our lab on a plan for recovery in a prompt manner. She also gave us a great deal on the cost of the treatment. Unlike other Vets I've been too. 5 Stars Celia xo"
    Michael S.
  • "Great, efficient, and reliable! Dr oberto is amazing, welcoming, and warmhearted. You can tell she loves to work with animals. My dog isnt the easiest and she swiftly handles him with love and care, couldn't ask for better vet!"
    Valeria L.
  • "I have been going to this clinic since inception and know Dr oberto for 20+ yes! She has always been there for me and my furry kids! Staff is good and very friendly! They are very caring!!! Woof woof and purrrr!"
    Robi K.

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