When our cat Halley first joined our family 6 years ago, the rescue place we adopted her from recommended we take her to Oak Forest Veterinary Clinic for regular care. Since then she's been a pretty low maintenance cat, so visits to the vet were thankfully infrequent.
Then about a year and a half ago we adopted our first ever puppy. I wouldn't say that she is high maintenance, but puppies are quite a bit more work than a cat. Her first year was plagued by a sensitive immune system and puppy energy that sometimes got her in trouble , e.g. torn pads, bumps, scratches, etc. The docs at Oak Forest Vet were amazing, helping us get through these first puppy years. We conquered giardia and crytosporidium and our pup has been stitched up with care. Doctors Moore and Cardenas are smart and methodical and really care about your pet's well being. The vet tech's are also knowledgeable and caring, you really get the feeling from everybody the entire time you are there that they understand your pets are part of your family.
The vet, like the doctor, is not somewhere you want to have to visit often, but when we have had to they have made the process as pain free as possible for us, and our four legged family members.