Question by  hkl091889 (18)

How common are dogs with yellow eyes?

I would like a dog with yellow eyes.


Answer by  sonaliraghunathan85 (154)

Dogs with yellow eyes are very rare. I doubt if it exists. however if you're looking for a dog with yellow eyes the best thing to do is to log onto the internet and search for breeds that have dogs with yellow eyes.


Answer by  Anonymous

I had a black, mixed-breed dog (Border Collie mostly), and his eyes were a light amber colour - almost yellow. One of our neighbours was scared of him, because she thought his eyes looked like wolf's eyes. He was perfectly healthy - lived to be 16 years old.


Answer by  shastie (1601)

You are probably not gonna find a dog with yellow eyes. That usually means something is wrong with the dog. Although I have seen beagles with very light brown eyes that have some yellow mixed in.


Answer by  melissaslater (68)

Yellow eyes in dogs are not very common at all. Although there are certain breeds that are more likely to get yellow eyes. Some of those include the Siberian Husky and some wolf hybrids.


Answer by  strawberry (124)

I don't think that's very common at all, animals usually have black or brown eyes not yellow. I don't understand why you would want a dog with yellow eyes anyway, that sounds scary.


Answer by  salina (943)

Signs of yellow in the whites of the eyes could mean liver problems or liver failure. Another sign would be a metallic smell in breathe. Seek advice from vet.


Answer by  Anonymous

Australian Kelpies often have yellow eyes, particularly the dark tan ones. Its not a sign of bad health, its genetic, its can be quite off putting, being a working dog they often stare at their owner looking for the next command.

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