Bond Vet Animal Clinic opens at Assembly Row in Somerville

SOMERVILLE, MA – Bond Vet opened its second Boston-area clinic on Assembly Row in Somerville on Monday.

Bond Vet is a woman-led, veterinarian-founded company that is building a new kind of veterinary clinic to strengthen the human-pet bond through access to better pet care. The Somerville location includes quiet and comfortable spaces for animals and people, technological experience for booking and medical records, and thoughtful approaches to treatment plans.

“We are thrilled to be part of the animal-loving community in Somerville,” Dr. Erin Turowkski, DVM, Bond Vet – Somerville Medical Director, said in a statement. “We hope to establish a compassionate, reliable and innovative link of emergency care and companion animal welfare services for Assembly Row and the surrounding neighborhoods. I am especially proud of Bond’s commitment to medical care of high quality same day, because the veterinary industry has really We have struggled in recent years to meet the needs of our critically ill patients.Our goal is to help animals with painful or distressing illnesses, before they only become sick enough to warrant a trip to the emergency room or to an intensive care specialist.

Bond Vet aims to create a more holistic veterinary experience for pets and pet owners, but also to set a higher standard of care for veterinary teams.

“It’s important to me that we constantly improve the experience for our team and our customers,” said Dr. Zay Satchu, co-founder and chief veterinarian, in a statement. “We want to have a positive impact on the veterinary industry nationwide, so reaching out to veterinary communities outside of our New York base is an important step for us and our mission.”

Located at 320 Foley St, Bond Vet offers primary and emergency veterinary services including wellness exams, vaccinations and neutering, as well as surgeries, dental cleanings and international health clearances. For more information or to make an appointment, click here.

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