litter of 8 healthy pups....2 are solid white!??

Hello :)
My Boston terrier x english
bulldog ( she looks mostly
boston though) was mated with
a boston terrier and today she gave birth to her 2nd litter. She had 8 absolutely gorgeous and healthy pups! We are completely
shocked and baffled though as
two of them are completely
white!! There is one white boy
and one white girl...the girl is
completely solid white and the
boy has a teeny tiny black mark
on his back and ear but they are
barely visible. As far as I know
they could either be pure white,
cream coloured or albino. Does
anyone have any idea how this
happened or any info about this?
They look very healthy at the
moment, however I've read that
there's a possibility that they
may be deaf or blind? This has
me quite worried. Any advice or
info would be much appreciated!

Asked by Member 1181778 on Jul 22nd 2013 Tagged puppies, boston, white, cream, albino, purewhite in Boston Terrier
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Tasha (in memory)

Albinos are usually deaf and have red eyes. Those two will need to be inside almost all the time, as they have no skin pigmentation. Red eyes are always the giveaway. ^_^

Tasha (in memory) answered on 8/17/13. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer