You're not the only one! I'm from Waynesville so I'm not too far and I have family in Dayton.
My friend who actually lives in Dayton has 3 Puggles. A liter of Puggle pups were left on her doorstep. All 3 have different colored eyes. Regal has one blue eye and one brown eye. Prince has blue, like a Husky would have. Queenie has one dark brown and one that is a golden color with some green tints in it. All 3 are great dogs, and for the most part are well behaved. They tend to bark a lot, if people are at the door, other dogs, animals or people outside, but that's the Beagle in them. They are smart and really stubborn. When she first acquired these pups last Christmas we knew they were Puggles but thought they may have been mixed with something else. They vet said it was pure Puggle. She did explain to us that however, blue eye coloring is a recessive gene in most breeds. Even if the breed is not known for it, and the parents do not have it, a puppy can still be produces with one or both eyes blue. With this being said, she pretty much stated that this means that any breed of dog can have a blue eyed pup, but it is a very rare occurrence. There are also health concerns associated with blue eyed dogs which are cataracts and deafness. Here pups were tested for deafness and it turnes out that Prince is deaf.
Hope this helps!