Please remember as far as puppies eye color goes, that Siberian huskies come with a variety of eye colors, including brown, blue, green, amber....also bi-eyed (two different colored eyes) and parti-eyed (two colors within the same eye) are common. ALL eye colors are accepted by the AKC for this breed. There is not a "right" or "wrong" eye color for the husky. All huskies are born unto this world with blue eyes, if a puppies eyes are going to change to a different color other than blue, than the puppies eyes will begin to slowly change color over the next several weeks of life. Husky puppies eye color will start out blue at birth, will slowly change to a shade of gray, and then will continue on to change to their permanent eye color. This is a process that can take several weeks to complete. Some puppies eyes will change to their permanent eye color by as early as three weeks, however, other puppies may take up to eight weeks or longer before they make their permanent eye color known, for this reason, I can not guarantee your puppies final eye color. If your puppies eyes haven't started to change color by the time the puppy is six weeks of age, there is a good chance that they won't change color and that they will remain blue. However, I will not guarantee that your puppies eyes won't change color. We do not breed to produce a certain eye color, or all blue eyes. Eye color is not even considered here! To us, producing sound quality puppies, is more important than producing blue eyed puppies. Remember your deposit is NONREFUNDABLE. I will not refund deposits on puppies due to an eye color change. If the puppy you have placed a deposit on has an eye color change and you no longer wish to proceed with the purchase of the puppy, then you will forfeit your deposit and the puppy will be placed into another home. If you are basing the purchase of your husky puppy solely on the fact that the puppy has blue eyes, then you need to reevaluate the reason you are purchasing a husky! There are to many wonderful characteristics of this breed for eye color to play a part in your final decision. Each husky is unique in their own way and you should accept the puppies eye color as what was destined to be. We find breeding for quality, temperament, and health the more important objective.