Miniature Dachshund Blue Eyes


Miniature Dachshund Blue Eyes

Miniature Dachshund Blue Eyes, A Dachshund can have blue eyes if they have the merle or dappled gene, particularly if they result from the mating of two dappled parents (Double Dapple.) .· 1 vote: Dapple is genetically identical to what is called merle in other breeds (harlequ. Dachshunds can only have blue eyes or partially blue eyes if they carry the dapple gene. When two single dapple dachshunds are bred together, a double dapple

Can mini dachshunds have blue eyes?

Light-colored dachshunds usually have green, light brown or amber eyes, or eye of two different colors such as one blue and one brown eye. Blue eyes are possible but have been labeled “undesirable” by kennel associations. A blue-eyed dachshund is sometimes misidentified as a “double-dapple.”

What does it mean if a dachshund has blue eyes?

Because of the recessive gene, double dapple Dachshunds may have blue eyes. They might have one eye blue and one dark, or both eyes might be blue. If the Dachshund has white markings on his face, he’s more likely to have blue eyes.

Can a piebald dachshund have blue eyes?

Here’s the thing: Piebalds only have brown eyes. They’ll never have blue eyes, or one blue eye, or a blue tick in an eye. They only have brown eyes. They’ll have a solid colored head that might (or might not) have a white blaze.

Do puppies with blue eyes stay blue?

All puppies are born with blue(ish) eyes because the eye pigment melanin has yet to develop fully. Although this can look very adorable, the color will most likely not stay blue unless their parents also have blue eyes in which case it’s inherited.

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