So I have used the same veterinarian for all my critters (which have been numerous) for the past 18 years... The problem - we moved to a different town in 2013 and it’s now almost a two hour drive for me. They are excellent with my horses and with my labs ( who are now senior citizens). I will continue to use them for those guys.. but for my new baby, I’d like a local vet. So yesterday I made several calls inquiring on specialist for bulldogs, surgical abilities, puppy programs, etc... I also wanted the health guarantee from my puppy breeder checked out. There was one vet in particular that I really liked. She seemed enthusiastic and knowledgeable. The only thing that concerned me was this... they told me that if I was on time keeping my puppy’s vaccinations , preventatives and health requirements done for they first year, that they would provide its food for that year. The food being science diet... so from everything I’ve read, this is not the optimal food... do you think this is a red flag on the vet? I have a neighbor that owns an English bulldog and I plan on asking them about their vet but I’d love to read your thoughts.... I did see the link here on recommended vets but there are none listed very close to me..