Can Dogs See in the Dark?

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Yes dogs can see in the dark. They are said to be able to see about five times light dimmer than humans can. A dog has adaptations they can do with their eyes for low-light vision. They have a larger pupil that can let in more light, and their center of the retina has many more light sensitive rods than a human.
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Dogs, who have large pupils, a high density of rods and tapetum lucidum, can see in very low levels of light.
Yes, dog's can see in the dark. A dog's eyes have cells that reflect any light back so they have good night vision. Many people believe that dog's are colorblind but they are not.
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