The Siberian Husky has many different eye colors. They can. Where they will have two different colored eyes.. Then some others are on the chart to the right.
Blue can range from a steel-gray color to bright blue, and brown can range from an orangy-copper to a deep chocolate brown. Some Huskies have one of each color (one blue, one brown) and this is called heterochromia, more commonly referred to as bi-colored or bi-eyed.
A husky is called "bi-eyed" if it has a brown eye and a blue eye. A "parti-eyed" husky has both brown and blue colors in each eye. Photograph the puppies so you will have a record of the eye colors. Blue and brown eyes have many different shades and it may be hard to remember them precisely.
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