Siberian huskies are developed to pull sleds and be a friend. They are ideal for busy families and have recognisable blue eyes that reflect their tundra habitat.
Australian Shepherds with Merle coats are more likely to have blue eyes. bright, dynamic, and a master of agility. For active households only.
Weimaraners have a friendly, outgoing disposition, a silver-gray coat, and amber or blue eyes. Developed in Germany in the 1800s for hunting; now popular as companions; excellent with children.
Border collies are clever canines with wide-ranging eye colours and piercing gazes. They are incredibly energised and enjoy both physical and mental challenges.
Merle dachshunds may have lovely blue eyes, but they are not popular in dog exhibitions. These courageous canines, with a background of hunting, make excellent watchdogs.
Cardigan Welsh Corgis have large bodies, small legs, and occasionally stunning blue eyes. Most merle-coated Corgis have blue eyes. Despite not becoming popular in show rings, light-eyed Corgis nevertheless have gorgeous looks.
Blue-eyed Great Danes really strike the eye. With the exception of those with dapple coats, puppy eyes become brown. They may be flexible and make devoted watchdogs.
Alaskan klee kai: a little husky with hazel, brown, blue, or green eyes that was bred for friendship. Excellent watchdogs and little friends.
Although some pit bulls lose their blue eyes as they become older, blue eyes can be present at birth. They are excellent friends and belong to the "bully breed" family.
Schipperkes are tiny, active canines that have served as watchdogs and shipyard ratters in the past. They come in a variety of colours and are wonderful watchdogs and friends.