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Boston Terrier Eyes. According the AKC Standard, The Boston Terrier's "eyes are wide apart, large and round and dark in color. The eyes are set square in the skull and the outside corners are on a line with the cheeks as viewed from the front. Disqualify: Eyes blue in color or any trace of blue."

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Signs & Symptoms of Blindness in Boston Terriers. ... Watch for signs and symptoms that your Boston terrier is having problems with her vision so you can contact your vet for treatment. Opacity of the Cornea. If one or both of the corneas of your Boston terrier's eyes turns grayish- or bluish-white, the cloudy covering might indicate corneal ...

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what is wrong with a blue eyed boston terrier. Customer Question. ... (in Boston Terrier's) and/or blue eyes is NOT a RARE Boston. Neither is a red, brown, fawn, blue, gray, etc. RARE. Studies have shown that the same gene that causes deafness, is also associated with the excessive white and/or blue eyes. ... I currently have a brindle boston ...

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Blue eyes is a trait in the Boston Terrier that can seem to crop up out of nowhere. A sire and a dam who lack blue eyes can produce puppies with blue eyes just as a sire and a dam each having a blue eye(s) can produce a litter with no puppies having blue eyes. There are even Boston Terriers with "cracked blue eyes" where part of the eye is blue.

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How to Treat Eye Problems in Boston Terriers. If you have a Boston terrier, you probably know how lively and intelligent this popular breed can be. The Boston terrier is easily recognized by his large wide set eyes. The outside corners of...

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One blue eye and a black coat blindness shouldnt be an issue. 2 blue eyes and a almost purely white coat 50% of these types of dogs are deaf. I work at an animal shelter and I also foster for Midwest Boston Terrier rescue. I have seen hundreds of of dogs with 1 one blue eye and white coats and have never seen one that was deaf.

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As with many Brachycephalic (short-nosed) breeds with prominent eyes, the Boston Terrier unfortunately suffers from a number of eye problems. Some are less severe than others, though all require prompt veterinary attention. If you are considering the addition of a Boston Terrier to your family, you must be willing to devote time to regularly ...

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There are commercially available eye shades which can be worn by your Boston Terrier to protect its eyes. Orthopedic Problems. Patellar Luxation – A condition that simply means the dislocation of the knee. It is manifested by pain, limping, and your Boston Terrier may stop periodically to stretch its rear legs.

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No known medical problems are specifically related to the blue Boston Terriers. Like Boston Terriers in general, they have sensitive digestive systems and they can get some health issues, including cataracts, cherry eye, allergies, deafness, and luxating patellas.

www.wikihow.com/Diagnose-Eye-Problems-in-Boston-Terriers

To diagnose eye problems in a Boston terrier, monitor your dog to see if it rubs its eye a lot or keeps one of its eyes closed at all times, which could be a sign of corneal ulcers. Also, keep an eye out for symptoms of cataracts, like bad vision and white pupils.