Probably not. The only eye exams that are accepted are those done on CERF forms (Canine Eye Registration Foundation) and done by an ACVO diplomat (American College of Veterinary Opthalmologists). CERF works with OFA to send them eye reports so they can be included in OFA's database. But they usually only report dogs who have also had at least one OFA test done besides the eyes.
Originally Posted by Elscodobermann
I do see a few vets qualified to give CERF exams in Australia, Canada, and Switzerland! So at least a few others might be able to be included.
If you'd like to look up (mostly) American dogs' eye results, you can check through CERF's website. But again as Pat said, owners must choose to pay a few extra dollars and send in the forms to the registry so they are publicly available. You don't have to keep submitting exams if you get the same result, but at least put one CERF into the database for your dog.
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