We started using Foothills Animal Hospital when we first moved to Yuma, because it was very close to our home. Initially I was pleased with the vet. Most of our early visits to the vet were due to small problems with our dogs or annual vaccinations.
One of my dogs, then, tore her cruciate ligament. I was beside myself because I knew she was in pain and couldn't use her leg. I took her to Foothills Animal Hospital for the ligament repair surgery. When I picked her up from the vet, she was in extreme pain. She cried the entire day and night. The vet had not given me pain pills for her, claiming that if she didn't feel the pain she wouldn't be properly cautious of leaving it alone. Well, in a couple of days she was past the pain, so I thought all was well. However I was still not happy at what she'd been through. I ended up going to a different vet who, upon x-raying her leg, claimed that the surgery had not been done in the best manner. When I mentioned the pain she had been through immediately post-op, this new vet assured me that if the surgery had been done at their clinic that the dog would have been kept at the clinic more than a day and been sent home with pain medicine.
I therefore have mixed reviews of this vet. For small procedures and annual vaccinations, I think they are fine. For major surgeries, I would not go there again.
I should mention that although I was told the surgery was not done in the best manner, my dog still has good use of her leg. I think my main issue was the pain that she went through immediately after her surgery.