Dogs Are Not Colorblind

Dogs are not colorblind. They can see more than just black, white and gray, though the color range is still very limited for them. Dogs do not have receptors for “human” reds, greens and oranges, they appear somewhere on the yellow to blue spectrum. Shades of yellow and blue are the canines strongest color field.




then I was trying to find something to occupy my time, and I started fostering for our locals Rescue and I realized there was a need for for animal rescuing, and I’ve seen the epidemic of homeless animals and just how our society was a throwaway society and not taking responsibility.