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Clumber Spaniel Club of America
Genetic Health Committee
Roe Froman, DVM Chairperson
Another site that you may want to visit is the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA). The OFA has a large data base of results from dogs that have been tested for genetic issues that are within our breed. There is also loads of information on the site that can better help you understand what these issues are and what is being suggested to try to diminish these issues in the future.
CHIC or Canine Health Information Center is a site that you may also want to visit. CHIC is a centralized canine health database jointly sponsored by the AKC/Canine Health Foundation (AKC/CHF) and the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA). Their goal is to provide a source of health information for owners, breeders, and scientists, that will assist in breeding healthy dogs.
world’s poorest countries.is the world’s leading cleft charity with thousands of partners and programs in 75 of the
Our mission is to help the more than 4.7 million children in developing countries who are suffering with unrepaired clefts, through free surgery and free training for doctors.
The Free Surgery and related treatment that we sponsor is performed by a local medical team in a local hospital in a developing country. This “teach a man to fish” strategy builds in-country capacity while helping very poor but very proud communities become self-sufficient, one smile at a time. For as little as $250 and in as little as 45 minutes, we can provide cleft surgery that gives a child not just a new smile, but a new life.
Our Track Record:
The Smile Train is helping hundreds of children every single day through its network of over 12,00 partner hospitals in 75 countries. Now in its tenth year, The Smile Train will help its 500,000th child and will not stop until every child with a cleft, no matter where they live or how poor they are, has been helped.