You may not realize it, but all Miniature Siberian Husky puppies are born with blue eyes. Between 5 and 8 weeks of age most puppy’s eyes stay blue, or start changing to brown. However, eye color can change even after that, especially with blue. This is completely, normal for huskies. All eye colors are permissible for huskies, and no colors are associated with health issues.Miniature Siberian Huskies commonly have heterochromia, a condition often referred to as being bi-eyed. Heterochromia simply means that one eye colors
Miniature Husky Eye Color is Wonderfully Varied
Miniature Siberian Huskies commonly have heterochromia, a condition often referred to as being bi-eyed. Heterochromia simply means that one eye colors is different from the other. Huskies can also have parti-colored eyes. This unique look causes one eye to have multiple colors and looks very pretty.
Brown Eyes are the Most Common for Miniature Siberian Huskies
Brown is the most common eye color with huskies. Blue eye coloring occurs about 20 percent of the time, and bi-colored eyes and parti-colored eyes also occur about 20 percent of the time.
With this in mind, it’s easy to see how we cannot predict eye colors in puppies and cannot guarantee their eye colors will stay the same throughout their lives. Eye color never affects a dog’s personality and shouldn’t be a primary factor in choosing a new pup.