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Access your pet's medical records and vaccine history as well as get appointment reminders for your next visit with us. You can even personalize the page by uploading pictures of your pet.

Intructions to set up your pet's Petly page:

1. Go to our homepage and click on the paw print in the blue box on the center right screen. This will take you to Pet Health Network.

2. Once there, click on "Create Account" in the top right corner and follow the directions to create an account.

3. Completely close out of this site.

4. To access your Petly page, go to and use the email and password you just created.


We highly recommend that every owner sign your pet up for insurance particularly as puppies and kittens. This way your pet is protected before they have developed any health concerns. Trupanion is very affordable and each pet owner can pick their deductible and decide on a monthly payment that they are most comfortable with. This could save you hundreds of dollars down the road and even help to save your pet's life in an emergency.

AVMF Charitable Fund

Help us, help animals! Donate to Animal Hospital of Clemmons Veterinary Charitable Fund through the AVMF! The money we raise with this fund will go to helping animals in need of veterinary care. Any amount helps and all donations are tax deductible! You can donate to our fund here.

Vetsource Online Pet Pharmacy

When ordering your pet's prescriptions online, it is important that you order them from a reputable online pharmacy.  Look no further than our online pharmacy at Vetsource


AARF's mission statement:

AARF aids homeless and helpless cats and dogs in the greater Winston-Salem area; providing rescue and adoption services, information, and education while encouraging the human/animal bond.

AARF is governed by a volunteer board of directors. As an organization it is supported by dozens of volunteers who work endlessly to implement the mission of the Animal Adoption and Rescue Foundation.

AARF was organized in 1995 as a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization to provide safe, loving, and appropriate homes for homeless cats and dogs.

Carolina Veterinary Specialists

In the case of an after hours emergency, we recommend you take your pet to Carolina Veterinary Specialists located at 1600 Hanes Mall Blvd Winston-Salem, NC 27104. You can reach them at (336) 896-0902. Be sure to check out their other specialty services on their website:

Forgotten Felines of Forsyth

Forgotten Felines of Forsyth is a local nonprofit organization dedicated to caring for the feral cat colonies in our community.  Volunteers sign up to feed colonies daily as well as monitor the health of each cat in the colony.  They also practice the trap-neuter-return policy.  Volunteers trap the feral cats, bring them to participating vets offices, have them spayed or neutered, and then return them to the colony. 

Humane Society of Davie County

We have collection boxes in our lobby for donations for the Davie Humane Society.  Their wish list includes: paper towels, toilet paper, tissue, dog/puppy food, cat/kitten food, laundry detergent, soap, and non-clumping cat litter.

Critter Control

Critter Control can help customers with more than just nuisance wildlife. They also help treat and exterminate fleas and other harmful insects that can affect our furry friends inside the home.