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Heterochromia ? Is it bad or not ?

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Hey everyone ! I recently found my other half so I decided to get him home. Summer. Initially i thought that he is too little (6 weeks old) and it might take some time until the pigments of his eyes will get much defined, but today, while we were playing, I saw that I might be really wrong. I went online and i found out that he might have heterochromiaDoes this affects the way he sees ? Is it a normal thing or a bad thing ? From what I researched, it is not a big deal, it's just a beautiful feature my love has. 

 

*I tried to take better shots but that's all I can get from him 😁

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2 different colored eyes in huskies is common and nothing to worry about ...

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did you say he is 6 weeks old and you have him already, pups should not leave mum until at least 8 weeks old when she starts to wean them.

Diff colour eyes are fine lots of dog breeds have it with no problems and huskys are known for it. TBH people with huskys with 2 brown eyes will meet people 

Experts in thier own minds, who insist that they are NOT huskys as they should have blue eyes lol

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Totally normal for huskies to have2 colour eyes 

6 weeks is too young really to be away from mum so u might have a few issues with him , make sure u research bite inhibition and separation anxiety 

 

Here's my boy with his bi-eyes (he's 10 now )

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