6. Dogs can see in color
It has always been a common myth that dogs cannot see color, but this is not true. Dogs can actually see colors, but not as vividly as we do. Dogs only have two cones in their eyes to perceive colors, whereas humans have three. This is a pure indication that dogs see colors on either blue or yellow scale, but it is generally thought that they cannot distinguish between green and red. In addition, dogs have better night vision than humans.