Stunning pictures show huskies with different-colored eyes

 Husky type dogs are energetic and athletic. They usually have a thick double coat that can be gray, black, copper red, or white. Huskies are known for pale blue eyes, although they may also have brown eyes, green eyes, blue eyes, or may even have yellow eyes. Huskies commonly have different colored eyes, a trait called heterochromia of the eye.

Is there something wrong with an eye that is both brown and blue?

No. This is called a "parti eye", or a "split eye." It is also fairly common in the breed. One or both eyes may be all blue with a brown pie shaped wedge, or all brown with a blue wedge.At first glance, it may appear that there is something wrong with the eye but there is not. It is simply a matter if pigmentation. This too is perfectly acceptable in the breed.

This is an incredible looking “defect” that gives any dog a unique look about them. There is nothing physically wrong with the dog; nothing will develop in the future because of this genetic issue. Embrace the uniqueness of the dog and dispel the myths surrounding this genetic glitch.


Responses to "20 Striking Photos Of Huskies With Different Colored Eyes"

  1. Según leí, se debe a la cruza entres madres e hijos.

  2. pilvikki says:

    people have that, too. no big deal, but looks cool.

  3. Unknown says:

    My boy Hanz had one brown eye and one which was hazel with blue. I loved it

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