I can only speak from the experience of 30 years’ breeding gundogs and being associated with them in the shooting and trial world.

In all that time I cannot recall a springer with two blue eyes, all being brown, varying in depth from very light to dark hazel, the colour required by the breed standard and desired by many trainers.

I would be surprised if your puppy’s eyes now change colour from blue.

As this colouration is so unusual, I would advise you to have the puppy’s eyes checked by a specialist to make sure there are no other unusual differences that could affect her eyesight, or, if she is bred from, any offspring.

  • dave

    i was always told that two blue eyes in dogs that are not usually known to have blue eyes is an indication of deafness, not sure how true this is. would love to see a picture of this springer though