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Thread: Do You Think Dogs Are Color Blind

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    Glenda thanks for posting that. It's interesting because the program I listened to said that dogs were lacking the red color cone and I was also wondering if all breeds color vision abilities were the same and according to the study's done by Dana they are.
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    So, why use white and orange bumpers,
    as opposed to orange and green dummies? - yes, I'm a Brit.
    (colour wise, not material)

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    I have seen bumpers for sale in colors such as blue, green, yellow, etc. Based on the postings, would these bumpers be more or less visible?

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    My dog has also lined blinds to an orange pole. I wasn't sure if she saw the orange or perhaps the shape of the pole in relation to the background. She even seemed to identify poles put in on a slant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oxossi View Post
    So, why use white and orange bumpers,
    as opposed to orange and green dummies? - yes, I'm a Brit.
    (colour wise, not material)
    We use orange so that we can see them easily; comes in very handy in the event our dogs don't find one or more than likely, after we've finished our work, been chit chatting with our mates and generally not paying attention. British fondness for green dummies must be an intentional scheme for ensuring the profitability of Saint.
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    I'm confused.... Are y'all saying its a waste of time to put a small piece of orange tape in the dog bowl everyday or not?

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