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Upper West Side at 112th Street

We offer a broad range of primary and urgent care services, from vaccinations and annual exams to those uh-oh moments when you need veterinary care ASAP.

Bond Vet – Upper West Side at 112th Street

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I've been going to Bond Vet now for a couple of years due to my cat having lymphoma. Our original vet, Dr Michelle Meyers was wonderful but unfortunately left. We now see Dr Bryan Anderson who is also extremely good. He really cares about our cat JJ and takes the time to listen to our concerns and answered all of our questions. The entire staff (Keisha, Tiendra, Julian) were professional and friendly and all really seem to care about all the pets that come in. The office is also very pleasant with separate cubicles in the waiting room so your pets aren't crowded. They also have an impressive computerized system where you can see all your pets Dr visit summary, blood work, and invoices almost better than some human doctor places. I would highly recommend Dr Anderson and this location.
Michelle Lai
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Norman got his vaccines at Bond Vet. Everyone was friendly and professional
Yuki Minakawa
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In May 2024 I brought my rescued domestic short-hair cat in for a check-up with Dr. Keston Smith. (In part I selected Dr. Smith based on his participation in athletics: I want[ed] someone who cares about health, and [too many] past providers not only failed this test but also left me concerned about the impact of their poor decisions on my beloved furry baby. No smokers, vapers, or ridiculously long nails please.) The facility was clean and pleasant, and the staff was gracious. Dr. Smith was professional, knowledgeable, and thorough. I have no complaints about how Dr. Smith handled my usually shy cat (she didn't seem too bothered), and the veterinary medical information he provided solved a longtime mystery (my cat's chronic bad breath when I adopted her was due to dental problems: no vet EVER mentioned it to me, and the cat's teeth looked fine to my unskilled eye, so I never connected the dots). The office followed up with me by email after the exam, which was nice. Why four instead of five stars? My cat received common vaccines during her visit. The staff explained the [expected/usual] symptoms or reactions and what to do in the event of a serious reaction. Two days later my cat was limping. This scared me: the vaccines were done by another person, outside of my view, and limping was not an expected reaction or symptom (I feared the worst: what if my cat was mishandled outside of my view?! Don't panic--the cat is fine). I was able to give this information to the office in an email follow-up. They told me how they'd address this in future visits (yes, there's a way to avoid this). Ultimately, I am fine with how things worked out, and I will bring my cat again to the same location. However, professionals must always keep in mind that they have that all-important burden to inform laypersons (those not in the profession and not knowledgeable about the topic) like me about what to expect. We would ask no less of a facility that provides care to humans. All veterinary care centers should remember that pets are a part of the family for so many of us: we strive to give our pets the best quality of life and care. Overall, I am very pleased and would recommend this Bond Vet location. I will continue to bring my cat to this location.
Madam Justice
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I've been going to Bond Vet now for a couple of years due to my cat having lymphoma. Our original vet, Dr Michelle Meyers was wonderful but unfortunately left. We now see Dr Bryan Anderson who is also extremely good. He really cares about our cat JJ and takes the time to listen to our concerns and answered all of our questions. The entire staff (Keisha, Tiendra, Julian) were professional and friendly and all really seem to care about all the pets that come in. The office is also very pleasant with separate cubicles in the waiting room so your pets aren't crowded. They also have an impressive computerized system where you can see all your pets Dr visit summary, blood work, and invoices almost better than some human doctor places. I would highly recommend Dr Anderson and this location.
Michelle Lai
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Norman got his vaccines at Bond Vet. Everyone was friendly and professional
Yuki Minakawa
see more on google
In May 2024 I brought my rescued domestic short-hair cat in for a check-up with Dr. Keston Smith. (In part I selected Dr. Smith based on his participation in athletics: I want[ed] someone who cares about health, and [too many] past providers not only failed this test but also left me concerned about the impact of their poor decisions on my beloved furry baby. No smokers, vapers, or ridiculously long nails please.) The facility was clean and pleasant, and the staff was gracious. Dr. Smith was professional, knowledgeable, and thorough. I have no complaints about how Dr. Smith handled my usually shy cat (she didn't seem too bothered), and the veterinary medical information he provided solved a longtime mystery (my cat's chronic bad breath when I adopted her was due to dental problems: no vet EVER mentioned it to me, and the cat's teeth looked fine to my unskilled eye, so I never connected the dots). The office followed up with me by email after the exam, which was nice. Why four instead of five stars? My cat received common vaccines during her visit. The staff explained the [expected/usual] symptoms or reactions and what to do in the event of a serious reaction. Two days later my cat was limping. This scared me: the vaccines were done by another person, outside of my view, and limping was not an expected reaction or symptom (I feared the worst: what if my cat was mishandled outside of my view?! Don't panic--the cat is fine). I was able to give this information to the office in an email follow-up. They told me how they'd address this in future visits (yes, there's a way to avoid this). Ultimately, I am fine with how things worked out, and I will bring my cat again to the same location. However, professionals must always keep in mind that they have that all-important burden to inform laypersons (those not in the profession and not knowledgeable about the topic) like me about what to expect. We would ask no less of a facility that provides care to humans. All veterinary care centers should remember that pets are a part of the family for so many of us: we strive to give our pets the best quality of life and care. Overall, I am very pleased and would recommend this Bond Vet location. I will continue to bring my cat to this location.
Madam Justice
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I've been going to Bond Vet now for a couple of years due to my cat having lymphoma. Our original vet, Dr Michelle Meyers was wonderful but unfortunately left. We now see Dr Bryan Anderson who is also extremely good. He really cares about our cat JJ and takes the time to listen to our concerns and answered all of our questions. The entire staff (Keisha, Tiendra, Julian) were professional and friendly and all really seem to care about all the pets that come in. The office is also very pleasant with separate cubicles in the waiting room so your pets aren't crowded. They also have an impressive computerized system where you can see all your pets Dr visit summary, blood work, and invoices almost better than some human doctor places. I would highly recommend Dr Anderson and this location.
Michelle Lai
see more on google
Norman got his vaccines at Bond Vet. Everyone was friendly and professional
Yuki Minakawa
see more on google
In May 2024 I brought my rescued domestic short-hair cat in for a check-up with Dr. Keston Smith. (In part I selected Dr. Smith based on his participation in athletics: I want[ed] someone who cares about health, and [too many] past providers not only failed this test but also left me concerned about the impact of their poor decisions on my beloved furry baby. No smokers, vapers, or ridiculously long nails please.) The facility was clean and pleasant, and the staff was gracious. Dr. Smith was professional, knowledgeable, and thorough. I have no complaints about how Dr. Smith handled my usually shy cat (she didn't seem too bothered), and the veterinary medical information he provided solved a longtime mystery (my cat's chronic bad breath when I adopted her was due to dental problems: no vet EVER mentioned it to me, and the cat's teeth looked fine to my unskilled eye, so I never connected the dots). The office followed up with me by email after the exam, which was nice. Why four instead of five stars? My cat received common vaccines during her visit. The staff explained the [expected/usual] symptoms or reactions and what to do in the event of a serious reaction. Two days later my cat was limping. This scared me: the vaccines were done by another person, outside of my view, and limping was not an expected reaction or symptom (I feared the worst: what if my cat was mishandled outside of my view?! Don't panic--the cat is fine). I was able to give this information to the office in an email follow-up. They told me how they'd address this in future visits (yes, there's a way to avoid this). Ultimately, I am fine with how things worked out, and I will bring my cat again to the same location. However, professionals must always keep in mind that they have that all-important burden to inform laypersons (those not in the profession and not knowledgeable about the topic) like me about what to expect. We would ask no less of a facility that provides care to humans. All veterinary care centers should remember that pets are a part of the family for so many of us: we strive to give our pets the best quality of life and care. Overall, I am very pleased and would recommend this Bond Vet location. I will continue to bring my cat to this location.
Madam Justice
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Our minimalist, clean Upper West Side at 112th Street vet clinic is designed to comfort both people and their pets. Warm tones, comfortable furniture, soothing lighting, and entertainment — toys for pets, books for people — make our animal hospital a comfortable place to spend some time.

Visit our Upper West Side at 112th Street vet clinic for urgent care, wellness checkups, routine and specialty surgery, and dental care, with diagnostic equipment, labs and medication onsite. Our compassionate team takes care of everything from vaccines and stomach issues to “Hmmm, my dog is acting a little weird today.” Plus, we treat emergency cases for half the cost of traditional emergency hospitals.

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