IMPORTANT NOTICE REGARDING OFA FEES
NEW FEE SCHEDULE TAKES EFFECT ON JANUARY 1, 2022.
FOR MORE INFORMATION AND SPECIFIC FEES:
As of 1/1/22, OFA hip and elbow numbers include two suffixes. The first suffix is new and indicates the type of restraint used during radiography as follows: -P (physical restraint), -C (chemical restraint), -U (unknown). The second suffix has been in place for many years now and indicates whether or not the dog is permanently identified as follows: -NOPI (no permanent id), -PI (permanent id information supplied but not vet verified), -VPI (vet verified permanent id).
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What Genetic Health Screens Should My Breed Have?
What Are the Health Statistics for My Breed?
What Health Screening Results are Recorded in the OFA Database?
OFA – THE CANINE HEALTH INFORMATION CENTER
Founded in 1966, our mission is to promote the health and welfare of companion animals through a reduction in the incidence of genetic disease. The OFA website and databases provide the tools, whether you are a veterinarian, breeder, or prospective owner.
THE OFA & ACVIM ANNOUNCE CHANGES TO THE
CARDIAC CERTIFICATION PROGRAMS
Effective October 1, 2020, several changes will go into effect regarding the cardiac certification programs administered by the OFA.