Many believe dogs see only in black and white. However, that's not entirely accurate. Their vision is different from ours.
Dogs do see color, but not as vividly as humans. They primarily perceive shades of blue and yellow.
Dogs have excellent night vision due to more rod cells in their retinas. This helps them see in low light conditions.
Unlike humans, dogs have difficulty distinguishing between red and green, as they lack certain color receptors.
Dogs rely more on motion and contrast than color. This is why they excel at tracking moving objects.
Dogs rely on their sense of smell more than their vision. Their world is filled with scents and less about colors.
Dogs' vision is adapted to their needs as predators and companions. Understanding their vision helps you relate better to your furry friend.