Apologies, my intent is not to discount your post. As a fellow pet owner, I simply was shredding your question (vocational hazard) into what I perceived as two contained questions. Namely, (1) should pet-only owners do the same levels of testing that is done with show dogs, hunters, potential breeders, etc., and (2) if pet-only owners do the testing, is there value/desire to post results to OFA.My post isn't off center. It's simply a question about whether or not people OFA dogs that are purely pets, not show dogs and not hunters.
As @ArkansasGold has indicated, not all pet-only owners may see the value in getting the clearances done. I happen to perceive value in both having the testing done, and in posting results (irrespective of pass/fail status) to sites like OFA and K9Data.