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Where can you turn to begin exploring changes in your pet's health or behavior? The SCFAW Directory is an easy place to start! Simply click on any of the 10 topics below. If you do not see information on what you are looking for or want to suggest a topic, feel free to email us and we will try to get you the help you need.
About this Directory
We have pets because of the joy and companionship they bring, but as with all living things, they need care and attention. In today's fast-paced world, time is what we have the least. So when our pets reach out to tell us they are not feeling well or are troubled by something, we may not see their subtle cues until behavioral changes demand our attention.
If you are facing medical and/or behavioral issues with your pet, the first step is always to make an appointment with your veterinarian for a check-up to address any medical conditions. If there seems to be no medical issue precipitating your pet's behavior, the tools in our Resource Directory may be able to point you in the right direction.