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OFAOptical Fiber Amplifier
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OFAOrganizing for Action
OFAOptimal Flexible Architecture
OFAOrphan Foundation of America
OFAOrthopedic Foundation for Animals
OFAOpportunity for Advancement (Toronto, Canada)
OFAOhrid Framework Agreement (est. 2001)
OFAOffice for the Aging
OFAObama for America
OFAOrganizing for America (Barack Obama task force)
OFAOhio Fire Academy (est. 1978)
OFAOffice of Finance and Administration (DOC/NOAA)
OFAOntario Federation of Agriculture
OFAOver Fire Air
OFAOpportunities for Access
OFAOffice of Family Assistance
OFAOracle Fusion Application (software)
OFAOracle Financial Analyser
OFAOracle Fusion Architecture
OFAOracle Fusion Applications
OFAOrder for Arrest (criminal justice)
OFAOffice of Federal Activities
OFAOccupational First Aid
OFAOracle Flexible Architecture
OFAOnline Forward Auction
OFAOptics First Aid (kit)
OFAOntario Forestry Association (Canada)
OFAOita Football Association (Japan)
OFAOperational Field Assessment
OFAOffice of Fiscal Administration
OFAOntario Fencing Association
OFAOrganization of Flying Adjusters
OFAOil-Free Air
OFAOntario Film Association (Canada)
OFAObstacle Free Area (airfield term)
OFAOperation Foxhole Atheists
OFAOffice of Flight Assurance
OFAOrthogonal Field Alternation
OFAOklahoma Forestry Association
OFAOut Fooling Around
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Be sure your breeder's dogs have eye certification from the Canine Eye Registration Foundation (CERF), and are declared free of hip dysplasia by the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA).
The Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) is best known for keeping track of a variety of genetic diseases in dogs, not just orthopedic problems.
* Any breed or mixed dog; Orthopedic Foundation for Animals statistics list the highest numbers in the English Setter, Dalmatian, Boxer, Shetland Sheepdog, Tibetan Terrier, Kuvasz, and German Wirehaired Pointer.
The first technique developed for evaluating hips comes from the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA, www.
The Orthopedic Foundation for Animals' registry [www.offa.org] shows significant breed variation in hip dysplasia, which leads to arthritis, Dr.
The registry and the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals, which sponsors the Canine Health Information Center, record dogs certified free of heritable eye disease by members of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists and collect data on dogs examined by the college's diplomates.
The results are forwarded to the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA), a nonprofit organization that evaluates, scores and registers information on orthopedic diseases.