Agreed. I was using a vet that I didn't always agree with and then one night had a minor emergency and called another vet that was still open. I've never gone back. My new vet is pro-raw (as long as it's balanced) and does acupuncture but also practices regular old vet. medicine They also trust me to diagnose basic stuff like what type of worms the foster dog had and when my cat has recurring UTIs they don't need to examine him every time. (He gets them due to stress.) When Felix got the first UTI they said either try a prescription diet or add supplements to the raw and helped me research what to add.Finding a good vet can take a while. Once you get a good one, don't ever let them go, lol! =)
Anyway I doubt I'll change vets, I love the new vet. They call me back quickly and they're very helpful. Sadie also likes going there. Another thing I like is that they take me back through the whole place when we go to look at x-rays, it feels very open, they're not hiding stuff.
We're likely going to start acupuncture for Sadie soon, since the medicine we tried is working. I liked his approach, we put her on the meds to make sure we were right about the problem (spay incontinence) and now that it's working we're going to phase out the meds and try acupuncture.
Keep looking, you never know what you might find. I suggest calling with a list of questions and see what they say about your areas of concern.