American Pit Bull Terrier: smart, sociable, loyal. Unique green eyes. Muscular build, glossy coat in various colors. Misunderstood breed, debunking misconceptions.
Pomskies: playful crossbreed with green eyes. Short stature, curly tail. Playful, intelligent, independent. Blue, brown, or bi-eyes. Need puzzles, exercise for happiness.
Australian Shepherds: often heterochromia (different colored eyes). Work-oriented herding dogs. Vigorous exercise, training needed. Cute puppy eyes can deceive novice owners.
Weimaraner: elegant, puppy-like. Silvery-gray coat, distinctive eyes. Former hunting dogs. High exercise needs, love to run. Zoomies if not exercised.
Border Collies: bright, occasionally green-eyed. Brindle coats linked to merle gene. Hard-working, need lots of activity. Vigorous exercise or sports like flyball. Not suitable for urban dwellers.
Labradors: no purebred green eyes, mixed labs may have them. Smart, friendly, outgoing. Popular breed, guide and rescue dogs.
Dachshund: iconic sausage-like bodies, stumpy legs. Green eyes possible with merle gene. Curious, spunky, bred for hunting. Not very playful, enjoy walks. Short-legged dogs, irresistibly cute.
English Springer Spaniel: cute with green eyes. Former gundogs, playful, obedient. Suited for small homes, need weekend walks. Eager to please, excels in obedience.
Chihuahua: green eyes, merle gene. Sassy, sometimes yappy. Charming, attention-seeking. Obedience class recommended. Little Napoleon potential.
Great Danes: huge, up to 3-feet tall, 175 pounds. Can have green eyes with merle gene. Friendly, patient, dependable. Deserve lots of snuggles.