My little lady, Tina (cat), became ill in July 2006. I had remembered seeing his office on Bethany Home Road so I stopped by and made an appointment. When I brought Tina in I explained her medical problem with her eye, then told Dr. Petcu my concerns. His immediate reaction was not to treat anything until blood work was done. He drew blood and suggested to give her a medicated bath to treat her skin problem. I told him to do it. 2 days later Dr. Petcu called me with the diagnosis. Tina had FIP. He told me not to worry as it was treatable with meds and she could conceivably live a long and healthy life as long as I gave her the meds.He explained to me exactly what FIP was and told me were to go on the internet to learn more about it. I then had a concern for my other cat, Simon. He said there was very little chance of him getting it as it was primarily hereditary. But just in case to have Simon checked.I took Tina back 2 weeks ago for some blood work and some other things and the very next morning Dr. Petcu called me to give me the results. He was extremely thorough and answered all of my questions and each time that I have gone in to have Tina's meds refilled, he comes out and asks me how she is doing.He is very thoughtful, caring and loving of his patients. I just wish there were more vets in the world like him.Someday I will move, but I'll never leave Dr. Petcu as long as he continues to have his practice. Also his assistant who is bi-lingual is extremely nice and helpful. His office is very clean, neat and organized. I just hope that he gets many, many new patients.