Woman Appears to Switch Eyes with Her Dalmatian in Incredible Video

They say that dogs look just like their owner, and one woman and her Dalmatian on TikTok definitely confirm this theory.

In footage posted to the app by Caroline Gregory, known on the app Carolinegregory, we can see that the blonde TikTok creator holds a unique resemblance to her spotted dog: they both have different colored eyes.

The clip begins with Gregory, who works as a model in Atlanta, zooming in on her eyes, and we can see that one is blue and the other is brown.

Text overlaying the video reads: "That awkward moment when you and your dog switch an eye."

The camera then pans to her Dalmatian puppy who is sat on the floor, looking up at his owner.

The adorable pooch has one milky-blue eye and one that is dark brown.

Gregory has captioned the incredible video, that can be watched here, writing: "Awk...," alongside an emoji with a raised eyebrow and a confused smile.

The likeness between the two has garnered the model a whopping 1.5 million views as well as 339,600 likes.

Lots of people rushed to the comments section to share their thoughts on the cute video.

One TikTok user, addi_sweeney, wrote: "When people say owners look like their dogs they aren't lying."

Another person, swagmoneyrach, added: "You literally have the coolest eyes you're so lucky."

Dannytaris typed: "Now you have to find a guy with the same colors."

Daviddfisher joked: "You took 'if only you could see things through my eyes.' Too literal."

Yourlocalsociopath0 suggested: "You guys should take pictures together up close it would look so cool."

Brianmurphy727 gushed: "Holy... someone get me that dog, and that girl too."

Bdawgg11 commented: "Look, the dogs eyes are so unique, they are two different colors!!"

Having two different eyes colors is a condition known as heterochromia.

Webmd.com explains that: "Most of the time, it doesn't cause any problems. It's often just a quirk caused by genes passed down from your parents or by something that happened when your eyes were forming."

In dogs, Hillspet.com explains that the condition is because a "lack of melanin causes one of their eyes to appear blue or bluish-white.

"Heterochromia in dogs is often hereditary, meaning it is passed through their genetic makeup. But it can also be acquired later in life as the result of an eye injury or a health condition."

Recently, a dog named Daphne with milky blue eyes went viral on TikTok after her owner shared that nobody had wanted her as they believed she may have had health issues or would go blind.

In the clip we can see a montage of the Boston Terrier thriving after being adopted by Australia-based veterinary nurse Tess Nolan.

Newsweek have contacted Gregory for comment.

A stock image of a Dalmatian. On TikTok a woman appears to have swapped one of her eyes with one of her dogs'. LucyCartwright/Getty Images