I don't just breed for blue eyes. I get all eye combinations with my litters- blue, brown, split blue and brown, marbling of brown with blue, green, blue and green combination, and amber colored eyes. I cannot guarantee blue eyes. Mother Nature/DNA decides that. Even if a puppy has bright blue eyes at 6 to 8 weeks old, sometimes eye color can change even months down the road. They can marble or you may see a split combination of blue and brown. Predicting eye color is not an exact science. I can make an educated guess, but I'm not always accurate. They fool me sometimes too. Blue eyes are beautiful but does not make the dog. Temperament, sound structure, and most importantly Health Tested Quality should be more important deciding factors first, then the blue eyes.
Again, I cannot stress the importance enough of DNA health tested quality, sound structure and temperament which are far more important qualities to have. Blue eyes are very beautiful, I definitely agree, but I would hope that once you have decided to buy a puppy from SMOOREAUSSIES that it is based on the time and money spent on health testing that goes into a good breeding program to better the breed as to produce a sound and healthy Australian Shepherd.
I don't take deposits to hold a puppy based on wanting the puppy only if he/she has blue eyes. If blue eyes are a must, you will have to wait until the puppy is old enough to determine an educated guess on the eye color, and if the puppy is still available at that time then you may put a deposit on the puppy. In other words, if I was to hold a puppy for you waiting to see if he/she has blue eyes and it turns out not to have them, then I have missed opportunities to sell the puppy to someone who does not care what color the eyes are.