Tag: OFA

Have you ever heard someone talking about their dog’s thyroid condition and wondered what they mean by that? Or maybe your dog has experienced symptoms, and you don’t know what could be causing them. This week, we’ll be discussing hypothyroidism in dogs, what it means, and how breeders can responsibly breed to limit the spread […]

Several months ago, we talked about the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) efforts, which tracks and manages the genetic information of domesticated dog breeds across generations. Although the OFA mission is rooted in canine genetic disorders, their genetic database is not restricted by orthopedic illnesses or animal type, or species.OFA continues to fund research and […]