Aussie/Border Collie/Heeler Puppies will be ready for a new home after Feb 8th
Most will have BLUE EYES!!!
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Two mostly white males with a few gray spots will definately have blue eyes
Two mostly blue merle, male & female, will have blue eyes One Tri Color Female will have blue eyes
One Tri Color border collie marked will probably have brown eyes One mostly white make with black spot and black ear, and freckles on nose and legs may have one blue eye one brown, we still can't tell

Mother and Father are very very smart dogs and both carry a strong blue eye gene and lots of white if you're interested in breeding for this. Mother can be seen on property.
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I don't believe I'm really allowed to say publicly how I feel about this ad!!!
EGD
Two mostly white males with a few gray spots will definately have blue eyes

Mother and Father are very very smart dogs and both carry a strong blue eye gene and lots of white if you're interested in breeding for this.

Oh my dear God. The really sickening thing about this ad is that it ISN'T a troll.
Aussie/Border Collie/Heeler Puppies will be ready for a new home after Feb 8th Most will have BLUE EYES!!! TAILS DOCKED ... blue eye gene and lots of white if you're interested in breeding for this. Mother can be seen on property.

WIll they have been BAER tested by then?

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WIll they have been BAER tested by then?

Especially the two "mostly white with a few grey spots" ones? I'd like to know what color the sire and dam were, too.

And if the OP's still around: the reason we're all reacting this way is because merle and excessive white are linked to genetic deafness and sometimes blindness in ALL THREE of the breeds these pups are a mix of. No responsible breeder in any of those breeds "breeds for" either excessive white or blue eyes, no responsible breeder in any of those breeds would sell excessive white puppies without testing their hearing, and no responsible breeder in any of those breeds breeds two merle dogs together.
Aussie/Border Collie/Heeler Puppies will be ready for a new home after Feb 8th Most will have BLUE EYES!!!

This is not necessarily a good thing. Blue eyes are often more light sensitive.
TAILS DOCKED AND DEW CLAWS REMOVED Two mostly white males with a few gray spots will definately have blue eyes

It is also very likely they will be deaf in one or both ears, quite possibly with serious vision problems. The disfavoring of white or mostly white dogs in the Australian Shepherd, Australian Cattledog and Border Collie is not merely a matter of taste. It is because there are different genetic sources of white, and the kind of white seen in these breeds is associated with deafness, blindness and a variety of internal problems when the white is excessive. To improve the chances of normal vision and hearing the dog should be stronly colored about the ears and eyes.
Two mostly blue merle, male & female, will have blue eyes One Tri Color Female will have blue eyes One ... blue eye gene and lots of white if you're interested in breeding for this. Mother can be seen on property.

This is a good example of when a healthy dam and healthy sire can produce unhealthy puppies. While we don't yet know for sure about the health of these puppies the chances are not so good for the two mostly white ones. They could possibly have normal hearing and vision, but they also have a strong chance of being deaf in one or both ears. Coloration on one ear is a hopeful sign for normal hearing in that ear.
Diane Blackman
WIll they have been BAER tested by then?

Especially the two "mostly white with a few grey spots" ones? I'd like to know what color the sire and ... white puppies without testing their hearing, and no responsible breeder in any of those breeds breeds two merle dogs together.

Maybe the original uninformed poster, might like to take a look at http://www.deafdogs.org/adoption/
and see where the lucky ones of irresponsible breeding end up. Sadly many deaf and partially sighted dogs end up horribly abused because their owners don't even realise they have problems and think they are just not obeying commands etc.
Certainly deafness and sight problems "can" occur in resonsibly bred dogs, but their breeders know how to spot it etc. long before they are placed. There is absolutely no reason to "breed" for extra white dogs and it certainly tells everyone a great deal about any breeder who uses this as a selling point.
EGD