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Do dogs see any other colors?

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2009-02-15 15:34:24
2009-02-15 15:34:24

most people think dogs only see in black and white. this isn't true. they can see some colors, but not in the same way a human can. they can't distinguish between yellow, orange, green, and red, but they're good (better than humans) at telling apart shades of blues and purples. so yes, they can see colors, just not the same way you and i can.

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