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Q. My Husky has light blue eyes that are one of kind like ice now in bolth his eyes there are lil blood spots like if u broke blood vessel in ur eye

A. You should see a vet to check what is going on. Opthelmological examination is necessary to make a diagnosis. it can be connected with conjunctivitis, uveitis, high blood pressure, general disease and others.

Answered By
ZANETA KRASON

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