We have updated our website recently.

It appears you have followed an old link to a page whose address has changed.

Below may be the new page you are looking for.


If you are a web site manager and are referring your users to pages at the OFA, we thank you and can offer some amount of help if you want to keep the links in your web site functioning as they did previously, the following information may help:

Copy the above link and update any referring web pages to use this one from now on.

If you have many links to update and have search/replace functions in your web-page design software, you can update links of the form:

Link Type

Old OFA webpage (find)New OFA webpage (replace)
Dog Recordhttp://www.offa.org/display.html?appnum=

https://www.ofa.org/advanced-search?appnum=
Disease Info Pages: (These are common pages. You may need to research mappings for the other diseases on which we report.)
Hip Displasiahttp://www.offa.org/hd_info.htmlhttps://www.ofa.org/diseases/hip-dysplasia
Elbow Displasiahttp://www.offa.org/ed_grades.htmlhttps://www.ofa.org/diseases/elbow-dysplasia

Note: Our website domain has changed from offa.org to ofa.org (Only one (1) letter “f”).
Additionally, we redirect to the https:// protocol from http:// protocol. As a result you may see a privacy warning should you try to access the website using the old domain name as the SSL security certificate is registered as *.ofa.org and does not match www.offa.org.

Please use https://www.ofa.org for all of your links.

If you have read this far and still understand this stuff, we trust you can update your web pages to link to our updated web pages. If this doesn’t make sense, please contact us and we will try to help you with the technology.