My dogs have been going to Belle Haven Animal Medical Center for about 9 years. As a transplant 11yrs ago I struggled to find a vet clinic that really met my needs as a human, and that my dogs didn't resist going too- this was my third vet and our final stop! At the time I had 2 active lab-mixes who were 2 & 5, and the clinic was amazing as we shifted from a home of active large dogs to a slower pace. The development of anxiety mixed with extreme fear in one of my dogs lead to a sudden and unexpected farewell, while our other dog at 14 enjoyed being the only dog for the first time in her life until her sad departure at almost 16yrs- not bad for a once skinny & sick feral pup. The personal notes from the vets/tech who knew our dogs were spot on and heartfelt, making the choice is never easy, and I felt supported, knowledgeable, and knew we had tired all our options for both to sustain a pain free life as long as possible. Now, we're ushering in a new puppy, a new breed of mutt for our home and a pint-sized love. She just had her spay amid the new COVID process, for what it is/must be, it was great, all my questions were answered, and I knew she was in good hands. She's still mad at me, but she's doing great and I know her effervescent self will return soon.