By Carol Tannenhauser
An urgent care clinic for pets will be opening on West 77th Street and Amsterdam Avenue this spring, “exact date to come,” a representative of Bond Vet told WSR. Founded in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, in early 2019, the company and concept appear to be taking off, and why not? Urgent care centers have become increasingly popular for people, why not for pets? Bond Vet opened a second clinic on the Upper East Side this past December.
Two things that distinguish Bond from other veterinary offices are its walk-in capacity and hours tailored to working people. “We work when you don’t,” the website says. “Open nights, weekends & holidays till 10pm — 365 days a year.” The clinic also offers ongoing wellness care, with visits starting at $75.
Bond Vet is led by veterinarian Dr. Zay Satchu and her partners Mo Punjani and Lukas Keindl. “Our goal is to make the veterinary experience as simple and comfortable as possible,” Punjani said. “We’ve gotten great feedback from pet parents so far, and we’re excited to put down roots on Amsterdam to help our UWS friends and neighbors keep their pets safe and healthy.”
Thanks to Barbara, Joeanna and Arielle for tips and photograph.
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