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Anonymous asked in PetsDogs · 1 decade ago

Its a Saberian Husky regonized by A.K.C!!!I?

I got a Siberian husky with pappers but she has one blue and one brown eye.My doctor say: its a congenital sometimes happens when you bred that dog with the same familie.Its that true?

Do you Think its aproved by american kennel club?Or is usually in that kind of dogs..

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  • 1 decade ago
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    One blue eye and one brown eye is very common in the Husky breeds as it is in many other breeds. Nothing happens if you breed the dog with other dogs with the same eye coloring.It doesn't occur because the dog came from a breeding within the same family. None of the dogs could even be related and it could still occur since it is a breed trait. It is of no matter to the AKC. In some breeds blue eyes are a fault that would keep you from showing in conformation but you still could show in performance events. Blue eyes and mismatched eyes are NOT a fault in the Husky breeds.

    Source(s): Vet tech for 34 years
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  • 1 decade ago

    Yes the AKC recognizes bi-eyed Siberian Huskies.

    Eyes almond shaped, moderately spaced and set a trifle obliquely. Eyes may be brown or blue in color; one of each or parti-colored are acceptable. Faults--Eyes set too obliquely; set too close together. (taken from AKC.org - Siberian Husky Breed Standard)

    I have never heard of the bi-eyed being a congenital defect from inner breeding, but maybe..... I don't think so though.

    Make sure you vet is looking at the health of the eye, the lese, and retna. Allot of huskies have eye problems (Color has nothing to do with it, bad breeding does!)

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  • Yes, they are recognized because Siberian huskies often have heterochromia.... and no, odd-eyed dogs are not usually a product of inbreeding and many dogs have odd-eyes even mutts.... doesnt mean they are inbred at all.....

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Bieyedsib2.jpg

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heterochromia

    Although seen in humans, heterochromia in which one iris differs in color from the other iris is more frequently observed in non-human species such as cats (for example, Japanese Bobtails; white, shorthaired cats can be "odd-eyed" with one copper or orange eye and one blue eye, and the Turkish Angora), dogs (for example, Siberian Huskies as well as Australian Shepherds, Border Collies, and other breeds with merle coats),

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  • tom l
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    1 decade ago

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    It is so sad and true that they use related dogs to breed it is so coomon it is so sad. the AKC does not care and it happens each and every day."

    Where did that jibberish come from???

    Chances are about 9 out of 10 that I could breed a Siberian Husky to THIS DOG and the puppy's would have one brown eye and one blue eye

    Queensland Blue Heeler

    http://www.hunt101.com/img/394787.bmp

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    If you would read the Siberian Husky standard you'd know that they can have brown eyes, blue eyes or one of each. Yes it's very common in this breed.

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  • 1 decade ago

    There is nothing wrong with the dog having one brown and one blue eye.(It has nothing to do with inbreeding) Siberians can have 2 brown eyes, 2 blue eyes, one of each, or they can have parti-eyes(the color of the eye is split brown and blue). Yes, it is totally acceptable with the AKC. The Siberian I have now has two blue eyes, but my first siberian had one blue eye and one parti-eye(it was split right down the middle half brown and half blue).

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  • 1 decade ago

    Haha! Yes, they are recognized by the AKC, and it's relatively common for them to have two different colored eyes. According to the AKC breed standard: "Eyes almond shaped, moderately spaced and set a trifle obliquely. Eyes may be brown or blue in color; one of each or parti-colored are acceptable."

    It doesn't mean she is inbred.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Read about it on the American Kennel Club website:

    http://www.akc.org/breeds/siberian_husky/index.cfm

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  • 1 decade ago

    bi-eyes in huskies ARE recognized as an acceptable trait in the AKC..

    Being bi-eyed, does not mean the dog was inbred... this trait shows up quite a bit in huskies, and other dogs (like aussies) its a genetics thing.. info here: http://netpet.batw.net/genetics/dog.i.color.html

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  • 1 decade ago

    It is approved and it's a very common trait. I have several that have this trait and there are no health problems or issues associated with it.

    Source(s): Experienced Breeder Of Miniature Siberian Huskies
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