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Jamestown Veterinary Hospital: Distinctive Veterinary Care

From the Doctor

The hot weather arrived early this year and as you enjoy the summer with your pets remember to prepare them for their environment.  Be sure to provide fresh water for your pets during these warm days when they are outside.  You need to provide a shady area, which will help keep your pets cool.


We also need to consider other factors, which will keep our pets comfortable and healthy during the warm weather. The best prevention is to keep your pets on a monthly treatment plan for heartworms and fleas throughout the year. With the mild winter we have experienced, the fleas will probably be more severe this year.  Washing the blankets and bedding on a regular basis will help keep fleas and ticks off your pets.


Our dogs love going to the dog park, but we need to make sure their vaccinations are up to date and they are free of internal parasites, fleas and ticks.  It is also a good idea to take water for your pet with you when you visit the dog park. Be sure to keep an eye on your dog’s activity level, they are excited about playing with other dogs, chasing balls, and they may quickly become overheated.


It is important to recognize the signs of overheating in pets, such as profuse and rapid panting, bright red tongue, thick drooling saliva, wide eyes with a glassy look, lack of coordination, vomiting, diarrhea, and coma.

If your pet becomes overheated, getting them cooled down must be done very quickly. Put your pet in cool but not cold water, move your pet if possible to air conditioning, and sponge them with cool water. You should offer small amounts of water few minutes if they are conscious.

Remember, our cats also need vaccinations, heartworm and flea preventative, especially if they go outdoors.


The decorations we use to brighten our yards and homes as we prepare for summer gatherings can also be dangerous for your pets. Ribbons and balloons present great harm to your pets if ingested.  Cats and kittens are especially prone to play with strings and balloons.  Therefore, it is important to observe any straining after your pet has a bowel movement.  Remember, do not attempt to remove any visible ribbon or string, as this may cause damage inside the colon.


We will be happy to schedule an appointment for you and your pet to assist in your pet’s needs for the summer.

Happy Summer,
- Dr. Wade

For our clients:

If you and your pet would like to join our pet families page, please submit a picture and your
information to jamestownvet@northstate.net .

Heartworms and Fleas

Giving heartworm and flea preventative year round provides optimal protection.

Don't forget to ask about the products we carry.

Welcome to Jamestown Veterinary Hospital

Jamestown Veterinary Hospital is centrally located between Greensboro, High Point and Winston Salem in Jamestown North Carolina. Dr. Trudy Wade has owned and operated Jamestown Veterinary Hospital since 1983, providing our pet families distinctive veterinary care.

Our trained staff always takes special care to focus on the whole pet - from birth through the senior years - providing services which include preventive medicine, medical treatments, surgery, diagnosis of disease, emergencies and nutritional counseling.

We welcome walk-in patients although emergency patients are seen immediately. All elective surgeries must be scheduled in advance with Dr. Wade.

We are very glad you are here. Please take some time and browse our website to learn more about our services and our facility.

Our Hospital Hours are Monday, Tuesday and Friday from 7:30a - 5:30p
Wednesday from 10:00a - 2:00p
Saturday 8:00a - 12:00p

Call us for an appointment.

Boarding pick up and drop off is available on Saturday from 8a - 12:00p.

These discounts are available for you during the month
of August at Jamestown Veterinary Hospital

One Free Exam

Present this coupon and receive 1 Free Office Exam for any pet during your first visit to Jamestown Veterinary Hospital throughout the month of August.
Not valid with any other offers.

Dr. Dawkins

We welcome Dr. Dawkins as he begins working with us at Jamestown Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Dawkins received his DVM from Auburn University in Auburn Alabama.

He has been practicing veterinary medicine for over thirty years. His interests include internal medicine, dermatology, and cardiology. He and his wife Janice have 11 cats, 5 dogs and 1 possum.
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