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Can Dogs See Color?
by David the Dogman

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If a dog were a teacher...

"Be consistent in how you handle and train but never predictable" - David

It is not true that dogs are completely colourblind. While dogs do not have the same color vision as humans, they are able to tell yellow from blue. Like a human with red-green colourblindness, they are unable to tell the difference between red and green.

The reason for this limited range, in both the colourblind human and the dog, is that there are only two kinds of colour receptors in the retinas of their eyes. While most humans have three kinds of colour cells, with three different receptor molecules sensitive to blue, greenish-yellow, and red, dogs only have receptors for yellow and greenish-blue.

Canine eyes also lack another human trait: the fovea, an area especially dense with detail-sensing cells. As a result, their detail vision is not as good as ours. But they make up for this by having much better night vision and greater sensitivity to movement.

Commitment, Firmness, but Kindness.

COMMITMENT...because a dog is for life. Before you acquire one, you must be committed to looking after your friend for his or her life.

FIRMNESS...a dog needs to respect you. Be firm and you will have a happier and more enjoyable life together.

KINDNESS...physical punishment will solve no problems, indeed it may cause some. Kindness costs nothing but he promises you the rewards will be great.

Do you have any problems with your pet? Then why not send your problem to DAVID THE DOGMAN. David is a Canine Behaviourist who works and lives in Marbella, Spain. Tel/Fax (00345) 2883388. His web site is located at: http://www.thedogman.net.

David has his own radio and TV shows, and writes for many newspapers and magazines.

David has been working with dogs for many years and started his career in Israel, working on the Border Police. He has been involved in all forms of training, including air sea rescue, air scent work, and has trained dogs for finding drugs.

David has devoted the past 10 years to studying behaviour and the very passive approach. He does not use choke chains, check chains, or any form of aggression.

David The Dogman is available for private consultations in your home, for further details telephone; Tel; (95) 2883388

Information or advice is for your consideration only. Please consult your veterinarian for specific advice concerning the care and treatment of your pet.




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