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Rocco's eyes are weird?? On both sides you can see a small amt of white on the inside corners. Looking at most pics maltese have large black eyes?? He went to the vet and checked out fine. And doesn't seem to have any vision problems. I am a first time mom and panic about everything!!!!
 

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Originally posted by Pupcake@Feb 2 2005, 08:10 PM
Rocco's eyes are weird?? On both sides you can see a small amt of white on the inside corners. Looking at most pics maltese have large black eyes?? He went to the vet and checked out fine. And doesn't seem to have any vision problems. I am a first time mom and panic about everything!!!!
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Yes, both of my babies have a little bit of white showing when they move their eyes to the far left or right....
 

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Brinkley has white on either side of his eyes too...his are more almond shaped than round...and his eyeballs (?) are not "black" like the other pictures look...not completely anyway...he has a lighter outer rim on the pupil part or whatever...I love him regardless
 

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Kodie has white showing too... always his left eye! haha.. i never noticed it cause you always look at your baby as perfect... but my parents pointed it out to me... now i notice it all the time. You can see it in his pictures in my signature if you look closely.
 

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Originally posted by Zoes mom@Feb 3 2005, 10:58 PM
My Zoe is the same way, when ever she looks left or right you can see a little

white, but if she's looking straight it's totally black, you can't see anything. 

Don't worry.
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I thought we were talking about white showing when your dog looks straight??!
 
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