My Dog Has Two Different Color Eye's Will One Eye Be Blind?

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Ronin answered
Having two different colored eyes is not necessarily a sign of blindness or that vision will be impaired. In many breeds of dogs (mine included), different colored eyes occur all the time as well as one eye having multi colored irises.

If you are worried about your dog, or if he is showing signs of vision impairment - you could have your vet check him out to be on the safe side.

Take care!
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It is normal in certain breeds, like Siberian Huskies, to have each eye a different color. It does not mean blindness will occur. If you have concerns about your dog's eye sight have it examined by a veterinarian. If the eye sight is fine mention your concern to your veterinarian at the next routine visit.
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I was told that if the eyes are a different color then that means they're somehow mixed with Husky.
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I have 2 dogs, both with different color eyes. One has a blue eye and the other is brown. The other dog has one blue eye, then the other eye is half blue and half brown. Neither have vision problems.

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