Now you are able to compare the FCI scores with the OFA
NB: Hip-classification in numbers 0 to 3 was used in some FCI-countries until about 1990 (e.g. Switzerland) and then changed into classification A to E. So you can find the older classification still in pedigrees of dogs that were evaluated before 1990.
Grade 1/1 is the same as grade C/C, which means "mildly displastic". In Switzerland and Germany those dogs are still allowed to be bred. In some of the pedigrees you will see these scores as well in the Swiss ancestors.
FCI Federation Cynologique Internationale (The European kennel Club)
HD Hip Dysplasis
Int. CH International Champion
LOSH Registration number of Belgian pedigree dogs