Eye see you/ Eye color in dogs

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Can you really have a blue eyed dog?

Is it really a blue dog?

That must be a puppy….., really…….come, on now….

I did say I wanted to breed for genetics, here you go…. the real deal…..

blue, green, and amber eyes, and yes even, blue and green in the same iris

these are not modified to fit your screen.


Eyes…. how they begin to see…. puppies

I love it when a breeder backs up something with fact, not just an opinion, how about you?

Eyes Firmly Shut

Puppies’ eyes aren’t visible right after they’re born. The furry creatures start out with closed eyes and as a result, no vision. Their eyes only begin to reveal themselves — and slowly open — once puppies are somewhere in the range of 8 to 14 days old. At this time, their eyes are blue and wholly uniform in color, meaning there is no change from the irises to the pupils.

Mature Coloration

Once puppies are around 3 or 4 weeks in age, their final eye color slowly starts to make its introduction. Dogs often have deep brown eyes, so you might notice the chocolatey tones making their way through around this time. However, the process is a measured one and doesn’t work overnight. It often takes nine to 12 weeks, starting from this point, for a puppy’s eye color to settle in and “stay.” Puppies sometimes are 16 weeks in age by the time this happens. However, some puppies’ eyes do display their real colors sooner than that.

Blue Eyes

Not all puppies’ eyes turn darker as they develop. The majority of doggies out there have dark eyes, but there are definitely some exceptions. The Siberian husky breed is one such example. These intense sled dogs often have pale blue eyes, in which case they start out blue as puppies and remain that way for life, although perhaps in varying shades. Siberian huskies also sometimes have two eyes of differing colors — think a single blue eye and a single light yellowish-brown or brown eye. Apart from blue and brown, possible eye colors in dogs run the gamut, just as in people.

don’t believe what I print here, or just what others say, do your own research, look up these facts

Universities all over have done the work for you, just look it up, I have added some links for you, to

some renowned specialists in genetics, and in the field..

Eye Color Dogs

Little’s studies on genetics and modifying genes

I will add more as I come across them

Harley 2016 (blue eyes)

others w/blue and or green eyes


5280 Memphis- blue and green eyes

one of our main males until 3 mos ago


5280 Nemo-Crockett/Luca litter

amber eyes 5mos. old


5280 Bailey – amber eyes


5280 Presley- green eyes


Bristol- green eyes


5280- Luca – his eyes were always a question/ blue green (you decide)

we almost kept this one


5280 Ranger- he has green eyes, adult