Siberian Huskies: Iconic blue eyes, great for active families. Bred for companionship & sled pulling in the tundra. Brown & heterochromatic eyes too.
Merle Australian Shepherds: High chance of stunning blue eyes, active and brilliant herding dogs, excel in agility. Best for active homes.
Weimaraner: Sleek, silver-gray coat, loving, active, kind eyes (amber/blue). Bred in 1800s Germany for hunting, popular companion & good with kids.
Border Collies: Highly intelligent, intense gaze. Eyes: brown, gold, or blue (more in merle-coated). Thrive on challenges, agility. Endless energy.
Show dachshunds may not prefer blue eyes, but in merle-coated doxies, blue eyes are striking. Brave, boisterous, and great watchdogs.
Cardigan Welsh corgis: unique features - short legs, long bodies, large ears, and striking blue eyes. Common in merle coats, captivating!
Great Danes: Gentle giants with eye-catching blue eyes. Puppies have blue eyes changing to brown, except dapple/harlequin/merle with lifelong blues.
Catahoulas: spotted coats with various colors and eye shades, American working dogs from Louisiana, require space to run and work.
Alaskan Klee Kai: Mini Husky, bred for companionship, not work. Icy blue, brown, hazel, or green eyes. Great small companions and watchdogs.
Pit bulls: blue eyes may change with age. Also known as bully breeds – active and affectionate companions. Includes Am. Staffordshire & Pit Bull Terrier.