Ever wondered if dogs see colors? 🐢 Contrary to popular belief, dogs do see in color, just not as humans do. Uncover the surprising truth about dog color blindness and see their world in a new light!

Dogs experience the world primarily in shades of blue and yellow, thanks to their dichromatic vision. This means reds and greens might not stand out much, blending into their environment.

Canine Color Vision Explained

Knowing that dogs see blue and yellow more vividly can help us pick toys they'll love! A blue ball might just be more appealing than a red one for your furry friend.

Choosing Toys for Your Dog

Understanding Our Dogs Better

Recognizing how our dogs see the world enriches our connection with them. It helps us make their environments more engaging and explains some of their unique behaviors.