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Okay, so Aspen's eyes are brown. But, on the sides of the cornea, where the white part starts and the cornea ends, the brown still continues for a little bit, but it's a lot lighter in color. Do any of you guys have this with your dogs? Is this just part of his pigment? :confused:

He just had his annual checkup, and the vet took a look at his eyes. I'm sure he would have said something...

I'll see if I can take a picture of his eye...
 

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No luck with the picture. I can't get him to stop moving his eye!!!! :rolleyes:

oh, and I've had some other vets and vet-tech friends tell me that it's just part of his pigment. I'm not really sure...
 

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Well you could always ask your vet to re-check them, it doesn't sound like a big deal to me though, just part of the pigment.
 

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My first job was with a veterinary ophthalmologist (which was pretty cool). It is suppose to be just the pigment. Not everything turns out perfectly straight and even in nature. I would accept what the vets all told you.
 
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