It often takes nine to 12 weeks, starting from this point, for a puppy’s eye color to settle in and “stay.” The permanent eye color change can even happen as late as 16 weeks in age.
Do puppies grow out of blue eyes?
Puppies can be born with pure blue eyes, or bluish eyes that have flecks of grey, green or brown in them. While some puppies will retain their blue eyes throughout their lifetime, other puppies will experience a change in eye color. … Around 10 weeks of age, a puppies eyes will start to turn darker.
Are blue-eyed dogs more aggressive?
There is a myth about dogs having blue eyes are prone to be very aggressive. This is nothing but a myth. There is nothing scientific statement to prove that all blue-eyed dogs mean or have aggression issues.