All Animal Clinic: Setting the Standard of Care in Orange Park FL

Ed Velasco, DVM

Ed VelascoDr. Velasco is a third-generation Florida native. He received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1978. He has been in practice in northern Clay County since his graduation and established All Animal Clinic in 1980. All Animal Clinic quickly gained distinction for becoming the first American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) member in Clay County. Dr. Velasco also established Fleming Island Pet and Bird Clinic (FIPC) in 1988.

He has been married to his wife, Dr. Michelle Curtis, since 1979. Dr. Curtis works at FIPC and specializes in avian medicine. Dr. Velasco and his wife have two children, Schuyler and Jesse. Dr. Velasco has a dog, Boston, and a tuxedo cat, Gucci. His personal interests include exercising, reading, and paddle boarding.

Julie Runnfeldt, DVM

Julie RunnfeldtDr. Runnfeldt is from Naples, Florida. She is a 1993 graduate of the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Runnfeldt has been an associate veterinarian at All Animal Clinic since 1995. Her veterinary interests include soft tissue surgery and general practice.

Dr. Runnfeldt lives on Fleming Island with her husband, Hal, and son, Kyle. She has two dogs, CJ and Dory, Boomer the cat, and her horse, Chevis. Her personal interests include sailing and tennis.


Sara Bledsoe, DVM

Sara BledsoeDr. Bledsoe is a native of Orange Park, Florida. She received her DVM from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in St. Kitts. She completed her clinical training at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2012. While at Auburn, she received "The Gentle Doctor Award" for recognition of her outstanding patient care. Her veterinary interests include GI endoscopy, pain management, and geriatric care.

Dr. Bledsoe resides in Orange Park with her husband Andrew, also a Veterinarian. They have 2 dogs, Jax and Brinley, and 2 cats, Ottley and Rawlins. Her personal interests include traveling and SCUBA diving.

Theresa Manucy, DVM

Theresa ManucyDr. Manucy is a native of Orange Park, Florida. She graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 1997 with her DVM degree. Following graduation, Dr. Manucy completed a small animal medicine/surgery internship at VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital. She has worked at both All Animal Clinic and Fleming Island Pet Clinic since 1999.

Dr. Manucy lives with her husband, Ellis, and two children, Grace and Paul. She has a cat named Shadow and a dog named Dixie.


Jessica Hanning, DVM

Dr. HanningOriginally born and raised in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Dr. Hanning has lived in the Jacksonville area on and off since 2004. Growing up with a menagerie of cats, dogs, hamsters, and gerbils, she had wanted to be a veterinarian since she was four years old. Unfortunately for her, Dr. Hanning was found to be allergic to almost everything with fur! Not to be deterred from her dreams, she received two years of allergy injections to build her immunity to the antigens of the furry creatures that she loved. After receiving her Bachelors of Biology with a minor in Public Health, from the University of North Florida, she applied to veterinary school and was accepted at the University of Florida.

While in veterinary school, Dr. Hanning became enamored with dentistry, cardiology, emergency, and internal medicine. She pursued additional clerkships in reproductive surgery, cardiac imaging, dental surgery, and business management while getting her doctorate. Dr. Hanning has fostered many animals before, during, and after vet school, and she enjoys being able to give back to the community by helping animals in need.

At home, Dr. Hanning has two adopted mutts, Hazel and Kirby, as well as an elderly adopted cat named Leonard, and a foster-fail cat named Razue. She enjoys feeding the stray cats and ducks in her neighborhood, playing board games, swimming, and watching football; she is an avid Florida Gators and Denver Broncos fan.

I feel very lucky to have a place where our animals are cared for professionally and compassionately and one where I know they will be treated as individual patients and not just another number. Doctors Velasco and Runnfeldt are some of the best veterinarians in our area and I am very proud that we are able to utilize their services for our companion animal pet rescue.

— June Hatlestad

We have been bringing our pets to All Animal Clinic for over 25 years. The degree of knowledge and professionalism displayed by the doctors is unsurpassed, and the entire staff’s positive attitude, compassion, and understanding give us total confidence. We always leave with peace of mind, knowing our pets have received the best care possible.

— Jeff & Jackie Acre

Since the early 90s we’ve been coming to All Animal Clinic and just have to say, they are wonderful. Our dogs Zeus & Thor are happy, healthy, and appreciate the kind and caring atmosphere of the clinic. We’ve lived all over the country with our dogs nowhere has come close to keeping our animal family as happy and as healthy as All Animal Clinic.

— Anne & Bill Clayton

My dogs have been clients of All Animal Clinic for 15 years. I have found the doctors and staff to be excellent in all areas of care. Their ability to diagnose and treat every situation I have taken them in for has been amazing. They are all professional, caring, and efficient. I recommend this clinic and their doctors without hesitation.

— Diane Rogers

15 years ago we moved from California with seven dogs, and knew right away we’d have to find an excellent vet to care for our "children". Deciding on All Animal Clinic was the best choice we could have made. The facility is spotless and filled with the most modern equipment. The staff is professional and knowledgeable, caring and considerate. Most of all, the doctors are truly excellent.

— Christy & Tom Hallquest