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Do dogs see in black and white? Humans see in color.

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Dogs are red-green colorblind

Dogs do have cone cells that can distinguish color between blue, yellow, and gray

Posted by Luke Wilbur on Mon 15 Nov 2010 10:48:03 AM EST

Dogs do indeed see in colour. It is thought that the green - red portion of the spectrum is limited in dogs, meaning that they see red and green as shades of yellow and brown.

Posted by Guest on Sun 23 Aug 2009 01:16:22 AM EDT

What??

Dogs do NOT see in black and white! They see in color too, it's just not as vibrant as how we see. Birds see even MORE vibrant colors than we do though.

Posted by Dd (guest) on Fri 17 Jul 2009 10:27:21 PM EDT

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