I want some opinions on this. I took a 3 yo BLF for an eye exam for certification. The vet said she had pupillary membranes (can't recall the type) which would cause her to fail certification. He explained her's was not and would not affect her vision, however with the type she has, she could pass it on to pups and it could be a more severe case in some pups causing vision problems. Thus he did not recommend breeding her. He even went over that there are different types of pupillary membranes and some are breeder options, but her type is not.
Well I sent it in to OFA to register on the open database (free for failures) and I got a bill. I called to see why I got a bill- the dog's eyes passed with breeder option. So I'm curious as to why he might have said do not breed her, confusion or difference of opinion from OFA.
Despite selling the dog due to what I thought was failing eyes, I'm not mad. I have learned a lesson though- don't sell until OFA confirms failure.
But I'm curious if some vets' opinions on some eye diseases different from what OFA deems passing and failing.