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Old Jul 3, 2014, 10:31 AM
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I agree with everyone else - he is quite the handsome boy! My bi-blue Trace had one blue eye also & I just loved that look. Congrats!
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Old Jul 3, 2014, 11:26 AM
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I agree with everyone else - he is quite the handsome boy! My bi-blue Trace had one blue eye also & I just loved that look. Congrats!
I think the really interesting part of the two eye colors is that if you look at them from the blue eye side...then look totally from the brown eye side...it changes their "personality". So...you get 2 dogs in one...who can beat that??

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Old Jul 3, 2014, 11:29 AM
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I think the really interesting part of the two eye colors is that if you look at them from the blue eye side...then look totally from the brown eye side...it changes their "personality". So...you get 2 dogs in one...who can beat that??

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That's a pretty interesting observation. I'll have to look for that with a few dogs I know of with eyes of different colors.
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Old Jul 3, 2014, 12:07 PM
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Congrats
I'm partial to the one blue/one brown
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Old Jul 3, 2014, 08:21 PM
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Thanks all! 10 more days! Now I can start obsessing over the weather in Chicago, lol.

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What a stunning little puppy man! Congratulations!!!! How in the heck are you going to get any work done till he's in your arms!?
I'm more concerned about how much work I'll get done AFTER he's in my arms, lol! All I'll want to do is play and cuddle!

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I think the really interesting part of the two eye colors is that if you look at them from the blue eye side...then look totally from the brown eye side...it changes their "personality". So...you get 2 dogs in one...who can beat that??

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I noticed that, too! You're absolutely right, it's like two different dogs in one. I've seen pictures of two of his litter mates (one a bi-blue girl, and the other a blue merle boy; both absolutely gorgeous puppies) and they both have two blue eyes.
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