# What color will my Aussies eyes be?

## What color will my Aussies eyes be?

Our breed standard allows eyes of any pigment color or combination of pigment colors. Aussie eyes have been seen that are golden, lemon yellow, amber, light brown, dark brown, green, orange, and blue. On very dark individuals they may even appear black.

Red merles

## How do I know if my puppy’s eyes will stay blue?

From Baby Blues To Mature Eye Color About three to four weeks after birth, a puppy’s actual eye color will slowly become visible, with the whole process of the eventual fully ‘settled’ eye color taking about nine to twelve weeks (!). So, it’s still too early to tell what your dog’s adult eye color will be.

## How can you tell what color a puppy’s eyes will be?

You can only tell a puppy’s eye color after it has fully matured. The eye color of your puppy will gradually change in the first three months after birth. Once the eyes are fully developed, typically after 12 weeks, you can tell the permanent eye color. The permanent eye color may not emerge until after 21-28 days.

## How do you tell what color your dog’s eyes will be?

About three to four weeks after birth, a puppy’s actual eye color will slowly become visible, with the whole process of the eventual fully ‘settled’ eye color taking about nine to twelve weeks (!). So, it’s still too early to tell what your dog’s adult eye color will be

## How do you tell if a puppy’s eyes will be blue?

Right around the two-week-old mark, you’ll see his eyes start to open, and more often than not, they will be foggy and bluish. Some puppies eyes are bluer than others, and some can even have a slightly grayish appearance, at least at first. Puppy’s eyes start out lighter in color because the iris lacks melanin.

## What eye color do most Australians have?

In Australians of European ancestry, the percentage of eye colours are 45 percent blue-grey, 30 percent green-hazel and 25 percent brown. If you’re considering non-European ancestry it is the almost completely brown eye colour.

## Do all Aussies have blue eyes?

Not all Australian shepherds have blue eyes: they can also be green, amber, hazel or brown, or two different colors. Sometimes, the dogs will have marbled eyes, meaning each of their eyes will be a mix of two or more colors.

## What is the rarest type of Australian Shepherd?

With the red gene being recessive, and solid-colored Aussies being the rarest, solid red Aussies are the rarest of them all. It’s a cause for celebration if you meet one!

## What is the most expensive Australian Shepherd?

The average price of the Australian Shepherd ranges from $650 to$850. However, an Aussie can cost anywhere between $300 to$1,800+ USD depending on breeder reputation, coat colors, pedigree and location. Australian Shepherds are not the cheapest dog breed available, but they’re not terribly expensive either.

## Are yellow Australian Shepherds rare?

Yellow is probably the second most common nonstandard color in the Aussie breed. Inherited as a recessive at the E locus, it restricts the dog’s body pigment and will obscure the tan point pattern if present.

## Are blue merle Aussies rare?

Blue Merle Australian shepherds aren’t considered rare and are more common than Red Merle Aussies. The color patterns of a blue merle coat can vary. They may have a piebald or solid coat with black patches. They often have white markings, especially on the legs and face.

## What is a mismarked Aussie?

Dogs with excess white markings, sometimes referred to as mismarks, or over-marked. Australian Shepherds with too much white are usually healthy(exceptions noted below). There are entire breeds that allow far more white than typical of Aussies.

## Are white Aussies rare?

White Aussies are rare today because we have been slowly eliminating the more white forms of the white marking genes from our gene pool by not breeding Aussies with more than allowable white (though the preference for white trim on the show dogs does have some pushing the envelope.)

## How rare is a puppy with blue eyes?

You can only tell a puppy’s eye color after it has fully matured. The eye color of your puppy will gradually change in the first three months after birth. Once the eyes are fully developed, typically after 12 weeks, you can tell the permanent eye color. The permanent eye color may not emerge until after 21-28 days.

## How do you tell what color eyes your puppy will have?

You can usually tell if your puppy will have blue eyes permanently by taking a look at the eye color of its parents. Furthermore, the type of breed the puppy belongs to can also affect this, with certain breeds being more likely to have brown eyes compared to other breeds.

Green eyes

## Do all puppies have blue eyes at first?

All puppies have blue (or bluish) eyes when they first open them. But by the time they’re about 16 weeks old, their eyes change to their true colortypically brown. So, if you’ve got a young, blue-eyed pup at home now, keep in mind their eye color may change.

## At what age does a puppy’s eyes change color?

Mature Eye Coloration It often takes nine to 12 weeks, starting from this point, for a puppy’s eye color to settle in and stay. The permanent eye color change can even happen as late as 16 weeks in age.

## What is the rarest color of eyes for dogs?

The Rarest Eye Color in Dogs is Dogs with green eyes are very rare. This unique eye color occurs through simply lucky genetics. Typically, a dog who has green eyes has the merle gene. This gene affects the way a dog’s coat and eyes look.

## What eye color is dominant in dogs?

All puppies have blue (or bluish) eyes when they first open them. But by the time they’re about 16 weeks old, their eyes change to their true colortypically brown. So, if you’ve got a young, blue-eyed pup at home now, keep in mind their eye color may change.

## How can you tell if your puppy will have blue eyes?

How To Know if Your Puppy Will Keep Their Blue Eyes. If you want to know if your puppy will keep their lovely blue-eyed peepers, you can take a look at the parents. If they (both) have blue eyes, your pup will most likely also go in this direction.

## Can puppies eyes change from brown to blue?

Not long, as the eye usually changes to its permanent coloration several weeks down the line. It takes a while to uncover puppies’ true eye colors, which can range from brown to amber to the rare permanent blue color.