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Welcome to Hoxie Veterinary Service P.A.

Your Veterinarian in Hoxie, KS

Hoxie Veterinary Service is a full service practice that cares for both large and small animals. Our services extend into Cheyenne, Decatur, Gove, Graham, Logan, Norton, Rawlins, Rooks, Sheridan, Sherman, Trego, Thomas, and Wichita Counties in Kansas, as well as southwest Nebraska. Our newly built facility has full operational haul-in facilities for high volume large animal work, as well as small animal exam and surgery rooms to be able to provide the best care possible, no matter what the size of the animal!

Hoxie Veterinary Service has two full-time veterinarians with years of experience to be able to provide you with timely care. We are available daily during our regular business hours for appointments, but also have a veterinarian on call 24 hours a day to answer any questions or concerns you might have, as well for any emergency situations.

We are happy to offer a number of resources that enable you to learn about how to take better care of your livestock and pets. Please feel free to browse our site, particularly the informational articles. The best veterinary care for animals is ongoing nutrition and problem prevention, so becoming knowledgeable about preventative livestock and pet care is essential to the ongoing success of your animal’s health. If you have any questions, call (785) 675-3378 or toll free at (844) 208-3378. Our office is very easy to get to -- and you can find directions on our Contact Us page!

Drs. Mark Olson and Derek Pridey

1367 North Highway 23 Hoxie, KS 67740

(785) 675-3378 (844) 208-3378

Office Hours

*24 Hour Emergency Service Available.*


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8:00 am-12:00 pm




Animal Spotlight

Small Animal

There is a compiled list of the top 10 most common poisoning cases in dogs and cats.  The usual suspects: Top 10 terrible toxins for cats and dogs.  

  Some of them you may know and some you may not have known.  If in any instance you notice your furry friend is showing signs of poisoning be sure to call or visit a veterinarian immediately.     http://veterinarymedicine.dvm3...

Large Animal

We have previously had a post about Equine Infectious Anemia (Coggins) it is a good idea to have your horse or horses up to date on testing.  Not only for your horses safety but also for others.  If traveling out of state or to shows it is something that most states/shows require.  We offer testing and health certificates if you are in need of any for the movement of your horse(s).  Here is an article of a recent case that has happened in a neighboring state.  If you have any questions or would like more information on EIA you can contact us at (785)-675-3378. 

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