Discover how dogs' eyes adapt to low light, giving them a nocturnal edge.
Unveil the "tapetum lucidum," enhancing their night vision and creating that signature eye shine.
Learn why dogs see the world in shades of blue and yellow, not the full spectrum of colors humans do.
Explore the variety of pupil shapes—round, oval, and slits—tailored to different visual needs.
Understand why dogs blink less frequently, keeping their eyes moist and protected.
Decode the emotions conveyed through their eyes, mirroring their feelings and connection with humans.
Witness the "whale eye" and the "hard blink," both reflecting different emotional states in dogs.
Marvel at their exceptional motion detection ability, a trait inherited from their wild ancestors.
Discover the nictitating membrane, or "haw," which provides extra protection and moisture for their eyes.
Contrary to popular belief, dogs rely more on motion and scent than true depth perception.
Learn about their capability to see ultraviolet light, unveiling a world of details hidden from human eyes.
Understand why dogs combine their sense of smell and sight to perceive the environment more holistically.
Explore recent findings suggesting that dogs' tears may be connected to their emotions, not just physical irritation.