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Old 11-14-2007, 12:55 PM   #1
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I'm fostering a baby boxer. We aren't quite sure just how old but he can eat soft food and has some sharp little baby teeth so maybe like 6 weeks. But I'm not sure he can see. Or at least very clearly. Hopefully he don't have a problem. They are sort of dark blue in color not like brown doggie eyes. Thanks
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Old 11-14-2007, 01:01 PM   #2
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I believe eyesight develops at different rates; however, most pups have clear vision by 4-5 weeks. Eyes start changing color around that time so it wouldn't be unheard of for a 6 week old pup to still have blue eyes. He may be a little younger than you think.
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Thanks yes, he might be younger cause the walking isn't so great yet. But he does have teeth and he eats soft stuff I make him. I'm feeding him doggie formula mixed with puppy food and he gobbles it up and also drinks his water.

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The ears pop so they can hear and eyes can see blurry things at two weeks old. They learn to focus at mostly 3 weeks old. I have had many litters and most the same, they can hear me, and see motion but blurry till they adapt to light and moving objects then they can see in another week usually. I start to give them soft soaked food at 3 and half weeks along with mommys feeding too.
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I haven't a clue...but he does have beautiful eyes
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He looks to be about 4 weeks old, at that age blue eyes are normal. His eyesight should be clear by now though; at least at close distances.
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Well he's young for sure. He eats good tho.... eats and eats. I hope I don't feed him to much. I think he sees maybe blurry yet.

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