to know if the dog was sedated, how many x rays were taken, etc. There is no way for OFA to know what sedation is used. In other words it is not standardized and easily manipulated. Every orthopedic specialist in the country is weighing in on this controversy.
My guess is that OFA would like to change how the process is done from my discussion with Dr. Wallace.
their straps and buckles! I also hope Dr. Keller addresses this at the ALAA Conference. If vets like Dr. Wallace appear concerned of this lack of disclosure or procedure - the vet community must be... more
a requirement. Are there any statistics showing any 'differences' in using or not using anesthesia with OFA? Another good question for the ALAA Conference and Dr. Keller. I would love to know if the... more