October 21, 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




On 24/10/17 at 7pm we are hosting an equine meeting at The Cross Keys Inn, Denholm.
This meeting is kindly sponsored by Zoetis and TopSpec and will be of interest to anyone
who owns or manages horses.
 Presentations will include:
Equine Gastric Ulcer Syndrome - a serious and common condition affecting horses and foals.
Approx 90% of race horses, 60% of performance horses, 37% of leisure horses and 50% of foals
have been shown to be affected.
Practical Worm Control - is there such a thing?
The evening is free of charge, there will be refreshments+goody bags and is open to all.
Please email info@hawickvets.co.uk or call 01450372038 (during normal office hours -
8.30am-6pm Mon-Fri) to register so we can confirm numbers with the Cross Keys Inn. 

We now stock Hills Vet Essentials dog and cat food ranges.
This unique kibble formulation helps clean your dog and cats
teeth which along with regular teeth cleaning can significantly
reduce the chance of your pet developing dental disease.
Until 30/6/17 we can offer a 25% discount on the entire range.


We have had 2 confirmed outbreaks of this highly infectious
and potentially fatal disease in Hawick in the last 12 months.
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.


 BIRD FLU UPDATE - August 2017
There are currently (as of 28/8/17) no control zones in the UK. This means that there
is no need to keep captive birds inside and all bird gatherings are allowed.
However, it is certain that the virus has not gone away so bird keepers should remain vigilant
for signs of disease as well as maintaining good biosecurity year round but especially
from September-February, the main migratory season for overwintering wildfowl.
For more information please follow the links below or call the practice to
speak to one of the vets.