This ^^^Lots and lots of red doberman puppies have green/yellow eyes as young pups. You *hope* they'll darken up, as eyes are supposed to be as dark as possible, and yellow "bird of prey" eyes aren't at all desirable.
In a lot of cases the eyes do darken up to brown over time, but sometimes they don't. My experience has been if there's a dark brown ring around the outside of the iris, the eye will darken up, although it won't be a fast process. If there is no dark ring, the eyes will probably stay greenish/yellow.
Bella used to have green eyes like that when she was little too. She has some beautiful eyes as a yearling now and I hope they dont change anymore! They are gold, a little brown and a little green in them!Kira is a red doberman, she had GREEN eyes for a long time They are golden -yellowish now
Look at her lil' pig-pig ears... this was in-between stiches and posting... Aww
What kills me is these crappy breeders advertise it like it's some kind of selling point, when in reality light eyes are a fault in this breed.Thanks for the picture! I figured this person tried to say green eye dobie to make it sound beautiful but it's true! Figured it had a mix in it. I have never got chance to meet a dobie with light eyes
Green eyes don't have anything to do with being z factored. It's just something that happens occasionally with red dobermans. While it may occur more frequently in byb litters, due to the fact these breeders aren't choosing AGAINST the trait, it's certainly not at all unheard of in well bred puppies, too. You just don't see that many well bred puppies whose eyes stay green being shown or used for breeding.Hmmm...thinking I have heard of some wz dobermans having green eyes. There was a girl here telling me she knew a guy who had a green eyed dobe. I didnt believe her, then later I read about wzs keeping their green eyes as adults.