Do white boxers have blue eyes?

Asked By: Dorothy O'Reilly
Date created: Mon, Apr 19, 2021 1:18 AM
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White Boxers are not caused by genetic birth defects.

Some white boxers have colored markings in their coat (brown spots around an eye or on the back, etc).

All white boxers have pigment in their eyes - even the sky blue eyes are pigmented.

These facts alone rule out albinism as the cause of their whiteness.

Answered By: Cydney McClure
Date created: Tue, Apr 20, 2021 3:21 AM
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Dog Throwing Up White Foam: Don't Panic! If Fido ate grass, dirt or something else he shouldn't have, white foam can be a sign of his digestive system reacting and trying to get the bad stuff out.

Simple indigestion should be resolved on its own, but keep a watchful eye on him just to be safe.

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Dogs tend to have between 8 and 10 nipples, but some have more, while others have fewer nipples.
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When you take all kinds of dogs into consideration, an average litter ranges between six and ten puppies.

In the case of your little Yorkie, she is likely to give birth to three or five pups on the higher side.

However, some dogs can pop out one puppy depending on various factors.

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Blue Lacys are generally good with children and are not usually aggressive. They are loyal family dogs and very protective of their humans. However, they do have high energy levels and can sometimes be known to play rough.
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Mucus, yellow-green pus, or a watery eye discharge can all be signs of conjunctivitis, an inflammation of the lining of your dog's eye.

There's a wide range of causes for conjunctivitis, from allergies, injury, birth defects, and tear duct problems, to foreign matter, dry eye, distemper, or even tumors.

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Yes, both male and female dogs have nipples. These small bumps extend from their groin area up their stomachs, and the number of nipples can vary. Dogs tend to have between 8 and 10 nipples, but some have more, while others have fewer nipples.
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Conjunctivitis. Mucus, yellow-green pus, or a watery eye discharge can all be signs of conjunctivitis, an inflammation of the lining of your dog's eye.

There's a wide range of causes for conjunctivitis, from allergies, injury, birth defects, and tear duct problems, to foreign matter, dry eye, distemper, or even tumors.

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