I understand what you are saying. You are also saying a person can’t learn from mistakes. I don’t agree with you there. We post our genetic testing for all to see on the website.Your information about avoiding doodle breeding going forward is a good clarification.
I haven't checked out your website. However, you should consider that your website is the first impression most of your potential customers will get. You only have one chance to make a good first impression. So, figure out what is most important to you as a breeder and what kind of customer you want. Then make sure everything on your website accurately conveys who you are, and that it sends the right message to the kinds of buyers you want. If you say that you breed for health, but you don't show OFA results...then you won't appeal to buyers who worry about health.
Also, in the business world, there is a concept of "past behavior predicts future behavior." It's commonly used in interviewing job candidates and potential contractors. Basically, it means that people usually act the same way each time they get into a similar situation. The leopard can't change his spots. In your situation, if you are sloppy about paperwork, I as a buyer would ask what else you are sloppy about. Just food for thought.