Pet Care Blog

March Behavioural Tip

Mar 10

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Tuesday, 10 March 2015 12:49 PM  RssIcon

A dog’s vision is different to that of a human. They have better vision than us during low-light, cannot see as well at a distance or up close, and see objects better when they are moving. Your dog may be able to see the ball fine when it is in motion but once it has stopped may not be able to see it as well. Remember these facts when you are interacting with your dog or pointing an object out to him/her.

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