How do dogs see the world? There are have been a lot of myths about how dogs perceive colors; that it’s a lot different from what humans see.
There’s truth in that, but a world through their eyes is not as dull and monochromatic as most people believe. It has less colors, yes, but it’s definitely not black and white.
Humans can detect variants of reds, blues and greens. That is thanks to the color receptors in our eyes, which is five times more than what dogs have.
Also, dogs do not have red and green receptors. Therefore, they see the world in hues of blue, grey and yellow.
Turn to the next page to know more about how dogs perceive the world. Their world is not any less beautiful than ours, especially because they rely other senses too.