Not for cats
I took a stray kitty there to be checked out. The doctor didn't even recognize the fact that the cat wasn't fully grown, instead he told me it was 3-4 years old. (I confirmed the age later with another vet). He also didn't notice that the cat was severly injured, couldn't move its tail, and was incontinent due to that injury. Overall the place has a chaotic feel to it, and it taked FOREVER to check out of the place. Most of their customers seem to be dog owners, so needless to say it was very frightening for my cat to have to wait for a long time in his carrier, while being sniffed and barked at by various dogs. I think Dr. Good himself is actually a good vet, but the young doctor I saw recently surely lacked experience.