It's changing I swear it!!
@Sabishii, or Gey/Gey
I heard dogs are actually only partially colorblind and can see blues and greens. But how the fu*k do you tell??
@Dragondoot, Dissecting cute little doggie eyeballs, maybe? I'm not sure.
@Dragondoot, rods and cones, my friend. Rods and cones...
@Dragondoot, by dissecting dead dogs for science and looking at the rods and cones in the eye
@Grybo101, sensation and perception?
@Dragondoot, yeah they just can't see reds and stuff like this bothers me so much. I have to restrain the internet warrior inside me. Must.. Not.. Correct..
Actually, that would be blue/black and white/yellow, because dogs can see blues and greens, and anything that's not blue or green is yellow to them. They can also still see Monochromatic colors, including black and white, as those colors are actually just the absence or presence of all colors of light, and are not actually colors themselves.
You just got scienced, bjtch. And yes, that was a pun.
Not sure if color, or colour.
Heck yes! First upload ever!
Fun fact: most dog breeds can actually see in colour
*uses laser pointer*
Its actually 50 shades of gray...
It's hard to tell… There must be at least 50 shades
When does it end?
I wonder how many shades of gray that dog sees...