8 Amazing things dogs see that you can't imagine

17 Jun 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News

Don’t you feel sometimes that your dog is seeing something that you can’t? We all know that dog’s senses are highly developed. Dogs have an incredible ability to see UV light. We bet you didn’t know this fact. According to a research, your furball can very well see ultraviolet light. As pups could UV light, things get a whole lot different that you could ever imagine it to be. Here are few things from your dog’s view!


1. Night Sky


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Don’t you love watching the starry sky at night? Well, guess what? Your dog can see millions of more stars than you can.


2. Banana Spots


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Your four-legged friend has a better view and can see the banana spots. These blue spots are the reason your dog refuses to eat the banana you offer.


3. Black Light


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Be it tattoos, toys or t-shirts, your dog doesn’t need any black light to identify those things.


4. Human Teeth


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Did you know that your toothpaste contains a log of fluoride? This makes your teeth glow, not to you, but to your dog.


5. Paint layers


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Your dog can clearly see each layer of paint in a painting.


6. Hair & Lint


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Your furball can notice all the lint that is on your clothes. You can't figure them out but your dog can. *Smirks*


7. Fart


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From now on, don’t blame your farts on your dog; they can smell their own farts.


8. Earth’s magnetic field


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Your mutt generally aligns himself with the north and south axis whenever he pees. This is because he can see the magnetic field very clearly. Your dog is better at physics than you are!


Surprising things, aren’t they?

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