What Your Dog Sees
Hide Video Transcript
SPEAKEREver wonder how your dog sees the world? Here's a look. Your pal's handsome eyes pick up on fewer colors than you do. A lot of things appear grayish brown to him. But he can also see yellows and blues. The colors he can't spot are reds and greens.
As for how sharp his sight is, that depends on the lighting. When it's bright, your dog's vision is slightly blurry. But when it's dim, he may be able to see better than you do.
His sight has other advantages, too. He has a wider field of vision than you. And he tends to spot fast-moving things like critters more easily. Thanks for looking at things from his point of view.
Holiday Pet Safety Dos and Don’ts
Holiday Pet Safety
Keeping Your Cat in Tip-Top Shape
Expert Defines: How to Help Lengthen Your Cat’s Life
Ways to Keep Your Cat Healthy
3 Things Your Cat Wants You to Know
6 Holiday Hazards for Pets
See the World Through a Dog’s Eyes
Video on How to Remove a Tick From Your Pet
Video on Pet Safety During the Holidays
Spot the Signs of Fleas
How to Remove Fleas and Ticks