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Faults in Conformation for Blues

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Will a blue be faulted in conformation showing if it has one brown eye and one blue eye?

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Feb 14, 2018
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Eye Color in the Conformation Standard
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No they shouldn't be faulted, though judges have been known to exclude a dog from the running based on personal preference rather than going strictly by the standard, which says:


"Eyes medium size with dark, almond-shaped rims, set somewhat obliquely in skull. Color must be dark, with blue or merle eyes permissible in blue merles only. Faults-- Light, round, large or too small. Prominent haws."

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