5 Facts About Siberian Husky Eyes
Did you know that Siberian huskies can have two different colored eyes? It’s true! And while this isn’t a trait exclusive to Siberian huskies, it is one of the things that makes them so special. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at the eyes of Siberian huskies and what they mean. So, if you’re curious about your dog’s eye color or want to learn more about why they’re such a unique breed, keep reading!
5 Facts About Siberian Husky Eyes
- Siberian huskies can have two different eye colors. Usually one is blue and the other is brown.
- Some huskies also have a third eye color, which can be green, amber, or heterochromatic (having two different colors in the same eye).
- The eyes of a Siberian husky are very expressive and can reveal a lot about their moods and emotions.
- They are also prone to various eye diseases, so it’s important to get your dog’s eyes checked regularly by a vet.
- Eye problems can cause blindness in Siberian huskies, so it’s important to take care of them if you own one.
Husky Eye Color
While the most common eye colors for Siberian huskies are blue and brown, there is a wide range of colors that they can have. In fact, some huskies have eyes that are two different colors! This is called heterochromia and it’s actually pretty rare in dogs. If you have a Siberian husky with heterochromia, it means that one of their eyes is a different color than the other. Our husky Lexa has heterochromia. The colors can be anything from green to amber. And depending on your huskies fur color, their eye color can really stand out. e.g. white huskies with blue or multi coloured eyes. Pretty cool aye!?
Husky Eyes, Emotions & Meaning
Siberian huskies are also known for having very expressive eyes. If you’ve ever looked into your dog’s eyes, you probably noticed that they seem to be conveying some sort of emotion. And you’re not wrong – Siberian huskies are very in tune with their emotions and they often communicate through their eyes. So, if you see your dog giving you a certain look, it’s probably because they’re trying to tell you something!
Husky Eye Diseases
Unfortunately, Siberian huskies are also prone to various eye diseases. This is due to the fact that their eyes are so expressive and have a lot of surface area. For this reason, it’s important to get your dog’s eyes checked regularly by a vet. Some of the most common eye problems in Siberian huskies include cataracts, glaucoma, and progressive retinal atrophy. These problems can cause blindness, so it’s important to take care of them if you own one.
Common Questions About Husky Eyes
Why do some huskies have two different colored eyes?
As mentioned above, huskies can have two different colored eyes. This is because of a rare condition called Heterochromia.
What does it mean when my husky keeps looking at me?
If your dog is giving you a certain look, it’s probably because they’re trying to tell you something! It could mean their water bowl is empty. It could mean their food bowl is empty. It could be them reminding you that it’s ~5pm and it’s time for their daily snack. Huskies can tell the time through their body clock. So if you regularly feed them at a specific time or take them for a walk or run at a specific time, you can be sure they will come find you around that time every day. Our huskies, Lexa and Mishka, love going for a run along the beach. They always come looking around the same time everyday!
So there you have it, a few facts of Siberian husky eyes!
What color are your husky’s eyes?