I'm looking into getting a new vet. They're super nice and are great about helping me over the phone for minor things instead of making me come in and I love that about them. However, they're a little out of the way (20 mins) and to be honest, other than helping me a lot over the phone, they haven't done a whole lot to "wow" me that they're anything above mediocre. I got a recommendation from someone I met at a dog park a while back and I looked a little into his office. We also have a back-up vet that's pretty great but we bump heads in regards to raw feeding and holistic methods. They think raw feeding is too dangerous and holistic medicine is bogus. I know I'll probably forever have to keep one normal vet and one holistic, but I'd like for the two to at least understand each other. What are some things I should be looking for in a new vet and some things I should be doing to ensure they are the right fit for us?