A 11×11 Framed Print of a Husky’s eye
There are few dog breeds with eyes as magnificent as those on a Husky. Though the most common eye colors are an icy blue and deep brown, there is a bit of variance within these two brilliant hues. Let’s take a closer look.
They can have a variety of eye colors, ranging from blue to brown, bi-eyed (one blue and one brown), and parti-colored (both blue and brown mixed within an eye). Though unusual, these striking peepers are just a normal genetic trait of the wolfish breed and are rarely a sign of illness.
To fully appreciate this natural phenomenon in Huskies, we’ll go through each eye color in more detail. After that, we’ll point out a few of the most common eye diseases in Huskies, along with our top three favorite supplements that can support strong eye health.
If you’ve seen them at the dog park, it most likely had piercing blue eyes. This is no coincidence!
Approximately 40% of the breed is known to have blue eyes, making it dominant. However, there is a range of blue shades that can be displayed–everything from pale white-blue to deep-sea blue, with silvery greys and seafoam greens in between!
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