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Cooks Hill Vet Cattery

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you and your pet.

Open Hours:

Monday-Friday

8am-6pm

Consult - 9am-6pm

Saturday

8am-12pm

Consult - 9am-12pm

Sunday

CLOSED

(Cattery collection by appointment only)

Did you know..

July 28, 2019

Did you know that ear infections are quite common in dogs and cats?


It’s important to know the signs of an ear infection so you can get your pet treatment early.

Signs include:
- frequent head shaking
- dropping the head to one side (usually the side of the infected ear)
- scratching at the head and ears
The ear can also have a visible build up of wax (ranging from light brown to black in colour) and a strong yeasty smell.

If you think your pet might have an ear infection, please call us on (02) 4925 2999 to book a consultation with one of our amazing vets.
Additionally, the ear canal (underside of the ear) is often red and hot to touch. Your dog will
probably dislike you touching their ear and may yelp or pull away.
If you suspect your dog has an ear infection, book an appointment with us right away. 

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Cooks Hill Veterinary Clinic   T: 02 4925 2999    F: 02 4927 5565    info@cookshillvet.com.au   292 Darby Street, Cooks Hill, NSW 2300