“Because albinoism is a lack of pigmentation, this can make the eye ‘color’ (or realistically the lack of pigment therein) appear either a pale blueish or red from the blood vessels I believe.
Here’s a great breakdown on albinoism in dogs! (http://www.dogster.com/lifestyle/albino-animals-dogs-albinism-white-dog-facts)
Glazer does appear to lack pigment everywhere, thus is most likely a true albino. c:” – @cosmiccritters
This is Jewels! The greyhound, whippet cross with a hint of border collie
My bro’s Siberian Husky, Thaddeus.
I go through my family’s trash and take out their used tissues. Then I munch on them. I am a booger eater.
I keep stealing the neighbour’s toys. Daisy is 3 years old and she has been stealing the neighbour’s little kids toys for months now.
My beautiful dogson, Atlas the Dalmador (aka Dalmatian Labrador)!
Our 8 year old vizsla Anna reached up and stole our sons waffle while our other son sat and watched. No regrets.
Daisy enjoying the sunshine back in august
Stella, golden-jack russell-pit-chow mix and eye enchantress dressing for the cold!