The puppies’ eyes will open around 12-15 days of age. The retina matures around 21 days of age. Puppies should see clearly by 4 weeks of age. Do not pry open the lids for any reason, as the immature eye is not yet ready to handle light. If the eyes appear swollen before they open, take the puppy to a veterinarian immediately as an eye infection may be present that needs to be treated to prevent loss of vision. Some puppies will take a day to open the eyes while others will take 3-4 days. The eyes will have a bluish color to them at first and then change to their adult color over time. If the eyes appear white or solid blue, take the puppy to the veterinarian right away.
Give your vet time to see what’s going on. It could just be the eyes changing color which, although unusual, can happen. If your dog is going blind, I’m sorry. That would go back to the breeder, if the parents had their eyes certified and if they should have been mated together in the first place. If he’s only 9 months old you should still have a valid health guarantee. Perhaps the breeder will pay for some of the vet bills if it ends up being hereditary.
12-15 days of age the puppies eyes will open
The same age as any other breed/mix of puppy..anywhere from 10 -14 days after birth.
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