Fairless Hills, PA
and find a single, seasoned Vet who's had his own practice for some years. Pets' health issues could be promptly diagosed and fixed in a fraction of the time/visits. And they don't have to up-sell to meet goals, so you just pay for what your pet needs.
Sad to say. But just ask friends/co-workers -- best of all, older relatives -- who have found such a vet in their neighborhoods.
(This is not an ad, I'm not a vet, or even related to one. Just been around the block and see the difference.)