The saga of the permanent OFA films: On December 14th Chase’s hips and elbows were x-rayed for permanent OFA review. By mid-January, I’d heard nothing and so I called OFA. It appears the vet I used for radiographs (who does a gazillion OFA films) failed to put Chase’s microchip number on his films. The films did not arrive in Missouri until December 22nd. Because the ID was missing, OFA returned the films to my vet. The films were back at OFA on January 8th and then shipped out to the panel radiologists. Finally, my envelope arrived in today’s mail.
Since Chase’s preliminary x-rays were GOOD I was hoping there would be no drastic change in condition. There wasn’t. Yippee, Chase!