At some point, you may have seen your dog with watery eyes or even seen your dog shed a tear. However, while we humans can cry for emotional reasons, dogs do not. So what does it mean when you see your dog “crying” actual tears? Here are several possibilities.
Tear stains appear in certain breeds more often than others, and they can indicate a lot of different things. It’s important that you see a veterinarian or eye specialist if your dog is developing tear stains to determine the cause and possible treatments.
The eyes are supposed to be the windows to the soul in humans—but the same may be said for dogs. A new study suggests that dogs’ eyes may be a clue to their tendencies for communication.
These dogs have heterochromia iridum, or a difference in pigmentation of the irises. That means their eyes are two different colors. Check out the pictures!