Trivia About A Dog’s Sense Of Sight

Are you looking for some facts or trivia about dog vision or how dogs see? The eyes of dogs are better than those in humans in terms of detecting flickering light, and this is why dogs can notice motion and smaller movements much better than humans can. Studies have shown that dogs are not colorblind. However, dogs are said to be nearsighted or they cannot see far objects quite well. Dogs are not capable of focusing on the shape of various objects. If you put an object 20 feet away from your dog, he will not be able to recognize it at all. Moreover, dogs are limited in terms of their peripheral vision and this limitation is not the same across various dog breeds and it varies based on the size of the head of each dog. This essentially means that objects or things happening behind dogs cannot be seen by them.

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