Have you ever thought about how your furry friend perceives the world? Could it be that he can recognize all the colors of his toys? Find out what colors they clearly distinguish so you can better interact with them when they play together.
Dogs do not see black and white, they can distinguish colors, but not in the same way we do.
We know this because humans have three types of photoreceptors in our eyes that transmit signals in the brain over color, while our furry friends have only two types of photoreceptors, which allow them to see differences in a certain range of colors.
How do they tell us that they perceive colors?