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A new kind of Veterinarian

Meet the most passionate
team in vet care

Veterinarian Mission Bond Vet

Our Mission

We’re strengthening the human-animal bond with better pet care.

Our Doctors

  • Dr. Jeremy Kimmelstiel

    Dr. Jeremy Kimmelstiel

    Dr. Kimmelstiel knew from a young age he wanted to be a veterinarian, a sentiment that continued to grow with each job he took since graduating from UPenn’s School of Veterinary Medicine. With each job he took more and more joy in working with animals. Dr. Kimmelstiel currently has a dog named Millie, who he adopted in vet school.

    Dr. Jeremy Kimmelstiel

    Dr. Jeremy Kimmelstiel

    Dr. Kimmelstiel knew from a young age he wanted to be a veterinarian, a sentiment that continued to grow with each job he took since graduating from UPenn’s School of Veterinary Medicine. With each job he took more and more joy in working with animals every day. Dr. Kimmelstiel currently has a dog named Millie, who he adopted in vet school, and a snake named Charles who made it through high school, college, and vet school as well! In the break room you kind find Dr. Kimmelstiel eating some of his favorite foods –– pizza and bagels.

    When he isn’t at the clinic, you can find him snowboarding, beekeeping, and even brewing beer. At home you can find him watching Gold Rush, Game of Thrones, Home Alone or Shawshank redemption. Dr. Kimmelstiel loves working in the pet space because every case is a puzzle. He loves putting together the pieces and giving answers to pet owners.

    His personal motto is, “Every problem has a solution. You just have to be creative enough to find it.” Dr. Kimmelstiel hopes to learn something new every single day, while also ensuring he can teach something new each day.

  • Dr. Gabrielle Fadl

    Dr. Gabrielle Fadl

    After graduating from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Fadl returned to the New York to pursue a one-year rotating internship and has been working in general practice since. She is extremely caring, understanding, laid back, and funny! Her own pets include a 14 year old dog named Rocko, and two cats –– PC and Fang.

    Dr. Gabrielle Fadl

    Dr. Gabrielle Fadl

    After graduating from Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Fadl returned to the New York to pursue a one-year rotating internship and has been working in general practice since. She is extremely caring, understanding, laid back, and funny! Her own pets include a 14 year old dog named Rocko, and two cats –– PC and Fang.

    Aside from her love for pets, she is a huge foodie. She enjoys cooking, exploring new restaurants, and going to different food events. One of her favorite foods includes popcorn, which she can eat all the time! On the more adventurous side, Dr. Fadl loves traveling and going on hikes with Rocko.

    Dr. Fadl loves working in the pet space to foster the powerful human-animal bond. She hopes to continually learn and grow to practice the best quality medicine. Her motto is, “keep calm and try to take it as it comes.” Dr. Fadl is excited to be back in Brooklyn caring for the four-legged residents of Cobble Hill and surrounding neighborhoods. She can’t wait for all the new pet and human friends she will make at Bond!

  • Dr. Simone McLaughlin

    Dr. Simone McLaughlin

    Dr. McLaughlin has been working in general practice since graduating from the Royal Veterinary College in London, England in 2012. Throughout her career, she’s performed surgery, dentistry, and even cared for exotic animals. Dr. McLaughlin enjoys being in a field where she is constantly learning.

    Dr. Simone McLaughlin

    Dr. Simone McLaughlin

    Since the age of 7, Dr. McLaughlin knew she wanted to work in the vet space. She’s now a veterinarian and mom, to two adorable boys *and* a Rottweiler Collie mix. When she has time to herself, she enjoys yoga, swimming, and binge-watching some quality movies. On her Spotify playlist, you can find a mix of indie tunes, pop, classic rock, and some showtunes thrown in. Dr. McLaughlin has been working in general practice since graduating from the Royal Veterinary College in London UK in 2012. Over her career, she’s performed surgery, dentistry, and even cared for a few exotic animal cases. Dr. McLaughlin enjoys being in a field where she is constantly learning, whether it be personally or medically. She hopes to continue her growth with the Bond Vet family!

  • Dr. Bryan Anderson

    Dr. Bryan Anderson

    Dr. Anderson developed a passion for animals at an early age. His dogs always had great veterinarians, which inspired him to help others’ pets. Now with clients of his own, he enjoys ensuring that pets are living their best lives. After graduating from Virginia Tech, Dr. Anderson worked in both emergency and general care practices.

    Dr. Bryan Anderson

    Dr. Bryan Anderson

    Growing up with dogs, Dr. Anderson developed a huge passion for animals at an early age. His dogs always had great veterinarians, which inspired him to help others’ pets. Now with clients of his own, he enjoys ensuring that pets are living their best life. After graduating from Virginia Tech, Dr. Anderson worked in both emergency and general care practices. When he isn’t with pets, you can find him watching sci-fi, hiking, skiing, and exploring different museums around the city. Dr. Anderson also loves hanging with his Shih-tzu Chewbacca, aka Chewie for short.

  • Dr. Dan Bloomfield

    Dr. Dan Bloomfield

    After graduating from Cornell Vet School, Dr. Bloomfield spent his career working in publicity and state government. He enjoys walks in nature, cheering on Michigan sports with his friends, and watching bad movies. Dr. Bloomfield loves working as a vet because of the daily challenges, rewards, and the dynamic environment.

    Dr. Dan Bloomfield

    Dr. Dan Bloomfield

    After graduating from Cornell Vet School, Dr. Bloomfield spent his career working in publicity and state government. He enjoys walks in nature, cheering on Michigan sports with his friends, and watching bad movies. You can also find Dr. Bloomfield trying out new restaurants, where he always orders burrata and oysters. Dr. Bloomfield loves working as a vet because of the daily challenges, rewards, and the dynamic environment.

  • Dr. Zaynab Satchu

    Dr. Zaynab Satchu

    Dr. Zay is not only our Chief Veterinary Officer but one of the co-founders of Bond Vet. Dr. Zay has spent nearly two decades working in and understanding the animal health sector. An animal lover from an early age, she has worked in veterinary clinic environments, with cats and dogs, horses, wildlife and even at a specialty falcon hospital in Dubai.

    Dr. Zaynab Satchu

    Dr. Zaynab Satchu

    Dr. Zay is not only our Chief Veterinary Officer but one of the co-founders of Bond Vet. Her mission to change the veterinary care industry is what drove her to start the company. Dr. Zay is extremely hard working, caring and loving towards every person and pet. She’s happily married to our CEO Mo, and they’re proud parents of a goldendoodle named Tilley. She has a huge love for animals including cats, dogs, reptiles and amphibians! If she could be one, it would be an elephant roaming the Africant savannahs.

    Aside from being at the vet clinic, her favorite place is any beach with a clear blue sky to relax on. When she is feeling a little more adventurous, Dr. Satchu is all for scuba diving around the world! She’s had the luxury of scuba diving in several cities, with her most recent being off the coast of Turks and Caicos. What’s next on the bucket list is…sky diving! She hopes to check this off the list real soon!

    The most inspiring part of Dr. Satchu’s job is the incredible moment when a sick animal feels better, and their pet-parent sees the difference in their lives. It’s one of the best feelings for Dr. Satchu and gives her drive every day. She can’t wait to see where Bond Vet will go and the impact it will have in the industry.

  • Dr. Lindsey Davis

    Dr. Lindsey Davis

    Dr. Davis began her veterinary career at a small animal general practice in Long Island, and later worked with horses in Yonkers. Now, working at Bond Vet, she enjoys empowering pet parents to make the best health care decisions for their pets through education.

    Dr. Lindsey Davis

    Dr. Lindsey Davis

    Dr. Davis started her career at a small animal general practice in Long Island, and later transitioned to a part time state veterinarian at Yonkers raceway where she handled drug testing and ensuring horses are fit to race for the state. Now working at Bond Vet, she enjoys educating people on how to help their pets live long, healthy, happy lives. She loves having a sense of accomplishment at the end of the day after helping owners figure out the best decision for their pets. When Dr. Davis isn’t in the clinic, she loves hanging with her 2 dobermans, Lady and Riise, and cat Sal. She has a huge sweet tooth and loves anything with sugar! You can find Dr. Davis watching anything Disney or jamming out to classic rock on the weekends. Her personal goals include reading more books, trying new places, and experiencing NYC touristy activities.

  • Dr. Erin Mackey

    Dr. Erin Mackey

    Before going to veterinary school, Dr. Mackey worked as a veterinary assistant in the Rehabilitation and Integrative Medicine Department at the Animal Medical Center. Outside working with pets, she loves going out to new restaurants and bars in Brooklyn, especially if there is a pool table or pinball!

    Dr. Erin Mackey

    Dr. Erin Mackey

    Before going to veterinary school, Dr. Mackey worked as a veterinary assistant in the Rehabilitation and Integrative Medicine Department at the Animal Medical Center. Outside working with pets, she loves going out to new restaurants and bars in Brooklyn, especially if there is a pool table or pinball! Dr. Mackey also has an adventurous side, and loves hiking and Geocaching. She enjoys helping pet parents keep their furbabies happy and healthy, and she hopes to help build on the new graduate program for veterinarians at Bond Vet.

Adam C.

The most incredible, genuine, welcoming vet experience. Our pup looks forward to going to Bond Vet.

  • Megan Tague
    Megan TagueMarketing Associate
  • Kim Robinson
    Kim RobinsonDirector of Recruiting
  • Brooke Goldstein
    Brooke GoldsteinMarketing Associate
  • Courtney - Lead Nurse
    Courtney NorcottLead Nurse
  • Marissa Zeitinger
    Marissa ZeitingerExecutive Assistant
  • Mo Punjani
    Mo PunjaniCo-Founder
  • Charmaine Tangonan
    Charmaine TangonanOperations Manager
  • Karisa Paul
    Karisa PaulNurse
  • Jesse Longo
    Jesse LongoOperations Partner
  • Laura Saggese
    Laura SaggeseVeterinary Assistant
  • Lukas Keindl
    Lukas KeindlCo-Founder
  • Jontae Cabassa
    Jontae CabassaClinic Manager
  • Rafael Garcia
    Rafael GarciaNurse
  • Natalia Gonzalez
    Natalia GonzalezVeterinary Assistant
  • Jewels Malavwe
    Jewels MalaveShift Lead
  • Katherine Hambury
    Katherine HamburyCare Coordinator
Google Rating
4.9
Based on 225 reviews

  1. Culture Value

    We’re obsessed with pets

    The love we feel for animals drives us to do our best — we’re not afraid to roll around on the ground with a pup, and we love the kitten snuggles and puppy breath that at us each day. We work with initiative, positivity and warmth to bridge the gap between human and pet, focusing on wellness to keep a better, stronger bond — we know pets are family.

  2. Culture Value

    We delight

    We’re knowledgeable, friendly and passionate about a better veterinary experience. We jump at the opportunity to help one another and seek out opportunities to make the clinic cleaner and more effective, and our culture more collaborative and joyful. We’re all in this together — our team, pet owners, and the animal — and our success as a team hinges on us all doing our best.

  3. Culture Value

    We communicate clearly

    We speak up, we do what we say, and we’re transparent and honest. We value clear, simple communication, and we pride ourselves on our deep knowledge of animal health and commitment to better care.

  4. Culture Value

    We work happy

    We all bring a happy, positive attitude to work because it impacts the energy in the clinic and our relationships with clients. Our work is demanding and emotional, yet even in the darkest times, we bring positive energy and compassion.

  5. Culture Value

    We’re empowered

    We’re building a new kind of vet experience, and we approach care with a fresh perspective to do right by each pet. We take pride in the role we provide in pet care, and every team member is empowered to try new things and own their decision-making.

URGENT CARE FOR PETs.

Better care, right when you need it.