Carpathian Shepherd Dog - EYES
Eyes: Almond shaped, slightly oblique, not too big
compared to the size of the skull, colour dark brown.
Neither protruding nor sunken in the sockets.
The eyelids are black, tightly fitting the eyeball.
Eyes with correct form and colour, very well pigmented.
Eyes must be nice, clear with a vivid look.
Eyes slightly oblique- internal angles are a little lower than the external angles.
Standard stipulates a dark brown.
Eyes with correct shape and colour
The most frequently met colour is amber.
Eyes with correct shape and colour.
Watched in the sun light the eyes of the same dog seem lighter in colour.
Eyes with correct shape and colour, in sunlight, clear with a vivid look.
Eyes can be of a lighter colour, the so-called "vivid eyes".
"vivid eyes" watched in shadow.
"vivid eyes",of the same dog, watched in sunlight.
Defects of the colour of the eye: too light eyes
In this category we include – yellow eyes
Yellow eyes seem yellow even watched in shadow.
According to the seat in the orbit, the eyes can be:
- seated typically normal for the Romanian Carpathian Shepherd:
Eyes slightly oblique, seated normally
and WRONG:-sunken in orbits or bubbled up (exophthalmia)
Bubbled up eyes (exophthalmia)
Eyes having a round shape
EYELIDS: black and fit well the eyeball
Well pigmented eyelids
Eliminatory defect: lower eyelid very fallen showing the eyeball.
Fallen lower eyelid is typical for molossoids.
Fallen lower eyelid
Another Eliminatory defect: Important lack of pigmentation of eyelids.
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