What colors do dogs see
Dogs have a wide range of vision, allowing them to see objects both near and far. They also have excellent night vision, which helps them navigate in low-light conditions.
Dogs have long been known to be able to see in color, but a new study has shown that they may be even better at it than we thought. Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley found that dogs can not only see in color, but they can also discern differences in shades and hues better than humans.
The study was conducted by training dogs to choose between two squares of different colors – one blue and one yellow. The researchers then changed the colors so that they were more similar in shade, making it harder for the dogs to distinguish between them. They found that even when the colors were very close together, the dogs could still pick out which square was blue and which was yellow.
This ability is likely due to how their eyes are built; while human eyes have three types of cone cells that allow us to see a range of colors, dog eyes have only two types. This means that their vision isn’t as good as ours when it comes to discriminating between different shades of color, but they are much better at seeing things in black and white or shades of gray.
So what does this mean for you and your pup? If you’re ever trying to train your dog or play a game with them using colored objects or toys, it’s important to keep in mind the differences in how they perceive those colors.