Well scientist say they are color blind, but I'm not so sure. They've never looked through a dog's eyes it's scientifically impossible. And last I heard you can't see how something else sees through dissection, and dogs can't talk and tell you how they see. So honestly ask yourself, how exactly did they even come up with this so called fact? It just seems far fetched to me. I don't know believe what you want, but they use to say cats were colored blind. Now it's been "proven" they can see pink blue and yellow. Who's to say they can't see the whole spectrum. Who's to say each species of cat is different? Who's to say purebreds are colorblind, but mixed breeds aren't? You just never know. Dogs could be the same or completely different. I do not think scientist have tried every possible outcome as to see if dog can or cannot see color.
Yes. At one time, we thought all animals were color blind. However, with technology today we are able to isolate the rods( cells that allow us to see black and white) and cones (color) in the eye that allow one to see. Dogs have cones, therfore they have color vision. It may not be as "colorful" as ours, but it's there.