Why blue eyes aussiedoodles ?
Blue Eyes Aussiedoodles, Not all have blue eyes, but many do. Blue eyes come from the Australian Shepherd half of this doodle. It is more common with the merle coated dogs
Do Aussie have blue eyes?
Not all AussieDoodles have blue eyes, but many do. Blue eyes come from the Australian Shepherd half of this doodle. It is more common with the merle coated dogs, but if the genetics are available any colored AussieDoodle can have blue eyes. It is also common to see two different colored eyes or even marbled blue eyes. Having blue eyes is not a health concern, but it may mean your dog is slightly more sensitive to light; similar to humans with lighter colored eyes. Other common eye colors an AussieDoodle may have are brown, hazel, amber, or green.
Doodles eyes colors
Puppies are often born with a pink nose as their pigment has not filled in yet. As they get older, their nose will turn to black or liver (a brown color). In general, pups with dark features will have brown eyes, while some of the lighter colored poodles and doodles (such as silver beige) will have hazel or amber eyes
Do all aussiedoodles have blue eyes
Aussiedoodles do not all have blue eyes. They might have blue eyes if they inherit the dominant Merle gene from the Australian Shepherd.
How common is it for an Aussiedoodle to have blue eyes?
It’s possible for a doodle to have fully blue eyes or even just a partial blue eye if he/she has a merle gene. The merle gene can affect pigment, too, and in some cases, the noses of merle pups will remain with a pink spot or two as the pigment does not fill in completely
The Aussiedoodle is a cross between an Australian Shepherd and a Poodle, usually a Standard or Miniature Poodle. At his best, he is intelligent, friendly, and affectionate. Depending on the size of the Poodle used in the cross, an Aussiedoodle’s weight can range from 25 to 70 pounds