hmm... i don't want to stray too far from the topic at hand, but it does sort of apply...
i'd start by looking online for a list of all the vets in the new area, maybe even include some you'd have to drive to, then list some aspects you are looking for, important stuff for me,
do they have more than one DR in the office, and how do they work out who you/your dog sees?
do they provide on-call service at their office or refer you to an e-vet?
do they provide boarding?
can they see all of your pets? (do you have any "exotic" pets, like rabbits or reptiles?)
from there, i'd go with word of mouth (if you can) ask around anywhere you do business... and don't limit it to pet focused places... i work at a bank, and i tell anyone who is asking how much i love my vet. local shelters and trainers often promote vets they like dealing with too... so do pet/pet supply stores.
finally, it's sort of up to how your visit goes, how well my questions are answered, how my pets are treated... my dog is large and can be difficult to handle, my vet has always opted to allow me to restrain him for them, lots and lots of trust on their part, and it makes it much easier on clover.
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