Can purebred german shepherd puppies have dark blue eyes?

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From light brown to dark brown, from hazel to golden yellow, they can acquire various shades within this time. It is also quite normal for German Shepherd puppies to have blue eyes, but once they grow up, this blue color changes to another shade. It all depends on what kind of genes they are carrying.
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All puppies are born with blue eyes. Puppies can be born with pure blue eyes, or bluish eyes that have flecks of grey, green or brown in them… However, a few puppies will keep their blue eye color. Retaining the blue eye color is fairly rare among dogs.
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Purebred German Shepherds can have white on them. This is known as “white spotting.” It's common for puppies to have small white markings on their chest, paws, or the tip of the tail, but they often disappear when they get their first adult coat. On rare occasions, the white markings will remain.
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A German Shepherd puppy bought from a respected breeder will usually cost between $300 and $900 (or more), depending on whether she is a normal German Shepherd, show-dog or a working dog.

Adult German Shepherds who are proven show dogs or work dogs cost $6,000 to $7,000 or more.

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The only way to get 100% solid white offspring is to breed two White German Shepherds, but if a White German Shepherd is bred to a colored German Shepherd, they will throw colored puppies.

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While some puppies will retain their blue eyes throughout their lifetime, other puppies will experience a change in eye color.

Adult dogs can have blue, green, hazel or brown eyes.

Around 10 weeks of age, a puppies eyes will start to turn darker.

Most puppies' eyes will turn to brown around this age.

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A German Shepherd puppy bought from a respected breeder will usually cost between $300 and $900 (or more), depending on whether she is a normal German Shepherd, show-dog or a working dog.

Adult German Shepherds who are proven show dogs or work dogs cost $6,000 to $7,000 or more.

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So in summary, mostly all Pit Bulls, or even dogs in general, start their life with baby blue eyes.

Some may maintain these eyes throughout their life, but most will darken over time.

As they mature, most Pit Bulls end up having brown or hazel eyes.

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