This is the worst food you can feed your dog. Check the additives in the ingredients!
In the back of everyones eye are rods and cones, Rods detect vision at low light levels Cones for colour in high light levels Humans have 3 sets of cones - for detecting red blue and yellow Dogs have 2 sets- for detecting blue and yellow They can see colour, but not as we do. They rely more on smell.
I have always been curious. How can you tell that a dog can see in colour and in certain spectrums since it cannot tell you itself ?
Funny seeing people talking about scraps found is a bad thing. That's still more nutritious than the junk found in too many dog foods, Bakers especially. Wild dogs used to ear meat, veg, grains and eggs and unsurprisingly its later domesticated kind (our lovely pets) thrive on similar diets as well. It doesn't mean you have to give those foods directly to the dog (although the bones and raw food diet is the best you can to a dog) but you can select the dog foods that contain such ingrediants and more importantly nothing else. When we got our bearded collie, she was fed on bakers and she was mad as a hatter and that just wasn't her puppy stage. When I moved to Skinners Duck and Rice (brown rice, duck meal, not cereals or additives or derivatives) her change in behaviour was like night and day. This is what people don't understand. They think "oh it's a just a dog it will eat anything it is given". Not realising that a dog is as sensitive to foods and substances as a human child. Much of the allergies, skin problems and digestive issues a dog gets later in life is usually down to the diet it had from a pup onwards. It also doesn't mean you have to shell out for good food. Like I said, I get Skinners Duck and Rice and for a 15KG bag it costs just £23. That bag lasts her exactly two months (approx 280g a day) and nutriionally it pees all over foods priced lower and even higher. ... sorry for the rant, but people really should be made more aware of this and not just ignorantly think "oh' it's just a dog". Like I said, the makeup of a dog is a lot more sensitive than you think.
I thought dogs can see in colour but are a bit limited?