Siberian Huskies: Known for stunning blue eyes mirroring their tundra origins. Brown or heterochromatic eyes also. Bred as companions and sled-pullers, perfect for active families.
Merle Australian Shepherds have higher chances of striking light blue or mixed blue-brown eyes. Brilliant, energetic herding dogs excel in agility. Best for active homes.
Weimaraner: Sleek silver-gray coat, loving, active, and kind-eyed. Amber or blue eyes complement their look. Bred for hunting, popular companion dogs. Great with children.
Border Collies: Highly intelligent breed, intense gaze. Eyes vary in brown, gold, or blue (more in merle coats). Endless energy, excels in agility and mental challenges.
Dachshunds: Merle coats may have striking blue eyes (full, one, or both). Bred for hunting, brave, boisterous, and excellent watchdogs. Show preference differs, but the trait remains beautiful.
Cardigan Welsh Corgis: Small, strong, with short legs, long bodies, and upright ears. Some have striking blue eyes, common in merle coats. Not preferred in show rings, but still stunning.
Great Danes: Gentle giants with captivating size. Some have beautiful blue eyes, which usually change to brown as they mature. Dapple, harlequin, and merle Danes keep blue eyes for life.
Catahoula Leopard Dogs: Spotted coats in various colors, with diverse eye colors (blue, amber, green, brown). American-bred working dogs from Louisiana, skilled hunters and herders.
Alaskan Klee Kai: Resembles mini husky, bred for companionship, not work. Eyes can be blue, brown, hazel, or green. Small size, ideal companions and watchdogs.
Pit Bulls: Some born with blue eyes, may retain them. Common with blue, gray, or brindle coats. Encompasses Am. Staffordshire & pit bull terriers. Active, loving companions.