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Fur-st in line: Brooklyn’s newest vet clinic opens in Cobble Hill

Veternarian Gabriel Fadl and nurse Courtney Norcott pose with a happy dog at Bond Vet in Cobble Hill.
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A new veterinary clinic is providing walk in affordable care for your furry friends in Brooklyn.

Bond Vet, located on 217 Court St. in Cobble Hill, opened last week and is providing routine care, sickness and injury care and also provides services for dental and surgery, according to Brooke Goldstein, Bond Vet’s marketing associate.

“Bond Vet is different because we’re an Urgent Care for vets and pets, basically a City MD for them, “ Goldstein said.

Bond Vet, led by Dr. Zay Satchu, Mo Punjani, and Lukas Keindl, is currently only operating in New York and is focused on improving the human animal bond, according to Goldstein.

Since the grand opening, 30 clients have told the staff of 12 that they were happy with the positive and supportive environment, Goldstein said, adding that the clinic was designed to provide both humans and their furry friends with a calming place.

“Everything from the color of the floors, walls and layout of each room is designed with a calming effect in mind,” said Goldstein.

The layout of the facility includes a three-bin treat station for pets, drink stations, plush seating and a lounge for pet parents to relax while their pets are being treated.

Dr. Zay Satchu, the clinic’s co-founder and chief veterinarian, said Bond Vet prides itself on keeping its customers happy and offering around-the-clock care.

“Our key differentiators are design, service, technology, and team culture. We’ve created calmer spaces to make pets and pet parents feel safe and comforted, including details like a treat wall, drink station, and a pet parent’s lounge,” she said. “We offer immediate and affordable access to our entire care team with late hours —because pets don’t just get sick from 9-5 — transparent pricing and same-day visits.”

The clinic plans to open a new location in the Upper East Side this fall, followed by 10 more locations throughout New York City.

The clinic is all inclusive with no membership required, meaning Brooklyn residents can walk into the clinic and receive the needed care for their pet.

Bond Vet is open daily from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. The first exam for pets is $15. After the initial visit, services start at $70.

For more information about the clinic, visit bondvet.com.

Reach reporter Chandler Kidd at ckidd@schenpsmedia.com or by calling (718) 260–2525. Follow her at twitter.com/ChanAnnKidd.
Updated 10:13 am, June 14, 2019
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