Thursday, 20 February 2014


Heterochromia this is a genetic condition, where the Iris of the eyes are different colours.
Unusual in most breeds, but not uncommon in Huskies, Great Danes, Dalmatians, and Australian
Shepherds. Normally inherited, heterochromia is the lack of melanine pigment in the Iris.
Vision is not affected by this condition. Heterochromia gives the dog a unique quality to their

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