Is blue eyes Husky rare? Huskies with blue eyes are common, with approximately 40% of the breed known to have them. The blue shades can range from light icy blue to deep blue, with greys and greens in between.
Do Siberian Huskies only have blue eyes? The usual eye color of Siberian Huskies is brown and blue. However, because of a condition called the Heterochromia, some pups’ eyes are bi-colored or parti-colored. There are also some Huskies who possess green eyes, which are considered very rare.
Do purebred Huskies have blue eyes? Though it’s one of their most distinguishing and celebrated features, not all huskies have blue eyes. They have just as much chance of being brown-eyed and a smaller chance of having bi-colored eyes (also called heterochromia) or parti-colored (blue mixed with brown) eyes. Very rarely, they can even have green irises.
What does it mean when a Husky has blue eyes? According to Irizarry, the mutation of the ALX4 gene in Siberian huskies seems to result in decreased pigment production in the eye. The lack of pigment causes the eye to appear blue.