Do dogs see any other colors?
most people think dogs only see in black and white. this isn't true. they can see some colors, but not in the same way a human can. they can't distinguish between yellow, orange, green, and red, but they're good (better than humans) at telling apart shades of blues and purples. so yes, they can see colors, just not the same way you and i can.
Actually dogs can see color. They are color blind, which doesn't always mean they can't see color. There are rods and cones for your eyes, the rods are yellow, blue, and red which makes you able to see all colors. The cones are black, white and shades of grey. When your rods are damaged or missing, It's when you are colorblind. People who have no rods have Achromatopsia and can't see any color. Dogs only…
Dogs do see color, but not in the same way as people do. As dogs only have two different color receptors in their eyes they see the colors of the world as basically yellow, blue and gray. They see the colors green, yellow and orange as yellowish, and they see violet and blue as blue. Blue-green is seen as a gray.
truthfully dos are not colorblind they can see all colors. Dogs eye vision can get confused of colors that look similar, like red and orange they also see things a little darker or lighter then we do Dogs go much by smell, so not having color vision hasn't been required for their survival. In fact many animals other than dogs are (partially) color blind.