March 27, 2017

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Hawick Veterinary Practice is based in the rural town of Hawick in the Scottish Borders.  We provide routine and emergency care to companion animals, equines and livestock.  Our purpose built surgery is located next to Morrisons supermarket and is accessed via Earl Street.

Our routine working hours are:
Monday-Friday 8.45am-6pm

Small animal consultations (vet and nurse) are by appointment.

We provide our own 24 hour emergency service every day of the year. 
In the case of an emergency out of hours please call the surgery number:
01450 372038





 LAMBING 2017 - Free postmortem investigations on lambs with
septic arthritis
SAC Veterinary Services are running a project during lambing 2017.
The aim is to examine affected lambs from 50-80 flocks on a first come
first served basis. Lambs should be less than 4 weeks old and preferably untreated.
1-3 will be examined per flock.  For further details please contact the practice
and discuss with one of the vets.


BIRD FLU UPDATE - March 2017
The UK is currently classified as a "prevention zone" due to a highly pathogenic
strain of bird flu (avian influenza virus) present in Europe. Due to further cases
being diagnosed in the UK this will remain the case until 30/4/17.
The Prevention Zone requires all poultry and other captive birds to be housed
or, where it is not practical to do so, requires steps to be taken to keep them
separate from wild birds.
For more information please follow the links below or call the practice to
speak to one of the vets.


An opening meeting was held on 22/2/17 at Whitriggs Farm, Denholm and hosted by
the Mitchell Family. It was followed by lunch at the Auld Cross Keys Inn, Denholm.
The meeting covered the new Monitor Farm Programme, getting to know the farm and systems
used and was a great opportunity to join the group and receive updates.
We wish the Mitchell family well with this exciting new challenge and look forward to being part
of the programme providing veterinary support and advice.


We have confirmed a further case of this demoralising disease.
We would like to emphasise the need to make sure your dog/s
is fully vaccinated.
Further information is available on the dedicated
"Parvovirus" page on this website.