So, now that I've been suckered in, level with me. How bad is it? I mean, really….
You just need to check for yourself and see that at least one parent has been tested clear, for your own peace of mind…. it is good to check for yourself.
And if this was the puppy on puppyfind.com with the eye problems, you really should have him checked by a board certified Ophth, again for your own peace of mind. Obviously I have not seen the pup other then the pictures, but judging by the description of the problem of PPM on the ad, sounds like excessive PPM and while it is quite true that this should not bother him, it is always good to have it checked and make sure. PPM is in our breed, however what we typically find is one or two strands of PPM, which in itself is not a problem. But excessive PPM usually means they were born with one or both eyes blue when they opened. As the pup grows, the amount of PPM stays the same, so typically by the time they are an adult you really don't even see it and again, usually doesn't cause problems.. if it were me, I would want to make sure that there are no other underlying problems with the eyes. And this type (excessive) PPM is not common in the breed, it does happen but breeders will "cull" those breeding dogs and not use them again, usually
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