What color eyes do huskies have?

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Brown is the most common eye color for dogs, but many Siberian Huskies have striking blue eyes. They can also have brown eyes, one eye that is blue and one that is brown, or blue and brown coloring in both eyes. The color of their eyes is controlled by a rare gene that few dog breeds are believed to have.
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Siberian Huskies can have eyes in a wide range of colors, including very light blue.

Brown is the most common eye color for dogs, but many Siberian Huskies have striking blue eyes.

They can also have brown eyes, one eye that is blue and one that is brown, or blue and brown coloring in both eyes.

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Why do huskies sometimes have different colored eyes? It so happens that many puppies have pale blue eyes when they're born, and color starts to slowly appear over age.

However, sometimes, melanin isn't evenly distributed between the two irises, causing the difference in color.

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Huskies are born with beautiful almond shaped blue eyes, but you may be surprised to know that Siberian Husky puppies can change eye color just like their coat color.

Between 5 and 8 weeks of age the eyes of a Siberian Husky puppy might start changing from blue to gray to settle in on brown.

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Chocolate coat: Expected eye color is hazel (light brown and green mixture, sometimes with gold rings or flecks) or light brown.

Blue: Blue eyes are allowed.

These will normally be rather dark, often described as a navy.

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The whites of a Vizslas eyes barely show.

Also, Vizslas usually have golden colored eyes, but this does vary a bit.

When Vizslas are young, they may have green, yellow, grey, or blue colored eyes.

Also, the color of the leather around the eyes should be red – the same as the coat color.

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Boston Terrier Eyes. According the AKC Standard, The Boston Terrier's "eyes are wide apart, large and round and dark in color.

The eyes are set square in the skull and the outside corners are on a line with the cheeks as viewed from the front.

Disqualify: Eyes blue in color or any trace of blue."

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A Dudley Labrador will have a pink nose throughout its life.

But many Labrador noses turn pink when they get older.

This process is known as depigmentation and is quite common.

When a yellow Lab is younger it may have a black nose and dark rims around his eyes.

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