I had a post typed out and then decided it's really not about that.
Based on something that happened at work yesterday, I'm curious about not just releasing (the third part)... but the second part of this, submitting abnormal test results regarding your dog. (Testing is the first part of all this.)
Case in point: a client wanted us to do a patellar luxation OFA form for her dog. It's a common problem in the breed but the attending veterinarian hadn't ever filled out a form for it before. He noted that there is no way to grade each patella individually. You can make notes about each patella, but then each patella is given the same grading, from "Normal" up to "Grade 4." He then made a comment that people wouldn't submit abnormal results anyways.
Would you submit abnormal results and just not release, to provide beneficial data for your chosen breed. Or would you withhold results completely?
--The attending veterinarian commented on the money factor. It costs money to send the form in when the results are already known.