Let me share my two personal experiences with you.
First, I took my new puppy there. The vet had no idea what she was doing. We tried a 2nd time because my mom had liked her for her dog. Among many things, The vet had kept no records on our puppy from the 1st visit so there was no way to chart weight gain, growth, etc- That was our last visit.
Second, and even more alarming, involved my mom's beloved dog that was seen weekly as it was an older dog with health issues. Needless to say, my mom paid a fortune to her and was a very nice client. While watching the dog for my out of town parents, the dog became lethargic and began losing control of bowels. I called the vet and she gave me an appt later in the day, not asap as one might expect for an emergency occuring during regular business hours. I came for the appt and she was 45 minutes late- thinking she had some excuse for this while I sat with our (what we both thought) dying dog, she told me she lost track of time while putting away decorations?! She told me the dog was in liver failure, dying, that it wouldnt survive the weekend, to take it home- I asked if maybe it was just missing my mom- she replied no and that she would call later- which she never did. She didnt call my mom later in the week either despite all of the loyalty my mom had given her (remember she thinks the dog is dying and no follow-up calll?). When my parents returned home, the dog perked up again and lived another year. Not only did that woman have no vet skills, she lacked professionalism and compassion as well. Neither of us take our dogs there.
When retelling this story, we have heard many similar stories of her incompetence including friends' puppies that have died under anestesia for neutering-. Please dont risk your pets health, waste your time and money or deal with her lack of compassion.