Boston – Modern veterinary group Bond Vet has announced the opening of multiple locations in the Boston area, its first expansion outside of New York City, where it opened in June 2019 and now has 11 locations.
Bond Vet is unique in the space for its approach to emergency care, filling an important niche in veterinary medicine between primary care and emergency care – open 365 days a year, Bond Vet can see patients in a timely manner to address common issues such as gastrointestinal issues, wound care and more. In the spring of 2022, Bond Vet will debut in Boston Seaport and The Street Chestnut Hill.
“We pioneered the concept of urgent care in New York, and we’ve seen great traction – we’re clearly serving a need for modern pets and pet parents,” says Mo Punjani, co. -founder and CEO of Bond Vet, which raised $170 million from Warburg Pincus in the fall of 2021 to bring Bond Vet’s services to more markets along the East Coast.
“Since our opening, we have innovated to meet the needs of our customers and patients, and we are delighted to offer our full range of services – emergency care, primary care, telehealth, surgery, dental cleanings and more – to Boston pets,” says Punjani.
Although the clinics have an innovative, pet-centric, technology-based design (powered by proprietary software), the focus will always be on compassionate care for humans and pets. Bond Vet is very focused on the health and well-being of its team members, which in turn helps provide even better care for pets. Happy team members lead to better pet care experiences.
“It’s important to me that we constantly improve the experience for our team and our clients,” says Dr. Zay Satchu, co-founder and chief veterinarian, who brings unique experience as a veterinarian to her leadership at Bond. “We want to have a positive impact on the veterinary industry nationwide, so expanding beyond New York is an important step for us and our mission.”
“Bond Vet is revolutionizing the veterinary industry with a modern approach to pet care that makes a trip to the vet more convenient, accessible and comfortable. By design, it also creates a warm and inviting space for pets to enjoy. company and their owners feel comfortable. We look forward to providing such wonderful, transparent and professional service to our community and are honored to be a part of the Bond Vet story as it expands to the Boston area and find a home in the Seaport neighborhood and The Street Chestnut Hill,” said Todd Norley, vice president of leasing, WS Development.
Bond Vet’s mission is to strengthen the human-animal bond through better veterinary care. The company is redefining the veterinary industry by focusing on four key pillars:
Culture: Prioritizing the well-being of its care team, Bond Vet has built a positive, nurturing and collaborative culture to provide a caring environment for pets and their loved ones.
Service: Bond Vet offers friendly care, walk-in and same-day appointments, and affordable access to veterinarians and specialists with convenient hours (open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, even on holidays ) and transparent prices. They also offer dental cleanings and surgeries.
Design: The clean, minimalist space is designed for human and animal comfort, with warm tones, comfortable furnishings, soothing lighting, and entertainment (toys for pets, books for humans).
Technology: Bond Vet’s in-house tech team has built a Vet Services platform that enables a smoother experience for clients and the team, as well as an app that provides access to medical records and our team 24/7 vet.
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