yes since I have seen yorkies with blue gray hair
Mine had the blue gray hair when we got him at 8mos.
no some dogs have blue or gray or orange
I would recommend the yorkie poo or a shi stu. You can get tem in gray brown or black also.
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.
dogs mainly see Blue, Gray and yellow. They could also see Black and white.
Dogs come in just about every color you can think of, from pure white to pure black, red, brown, yellow, gray, blue (actually a gray/white mix that looks blue from a distance). In addition, most dogs have a pattern to their coat color that is breed dependent.
No, because dogs see in black & white. Dogs do see in pastel colors of blues, yellow, gray.
dogs can see blue,yellow,black,white,brown,gray,purple,and green but not red,orange,and pink.
Labradors or any other dogs can see some colors but not all. As humans we see many more colors than dogs. Dogs can see colors like blue, light blue, gray, light yellow, darker yellow and very dark gray. So to answer the question, dogs can see colors, but not as many as we can.
Yes. Slate gray is between blue and gray.
Yorkshire Terriers tend to be Liver (Brown) and Black ( usually the large marking on its back is this color). But Yorkies can also have Silver-Gray backs. Yorkies are born black and soon tan spots tend to pop out. They are mostly black, though. Well my dog started out like a blackish brownish ( the ppl at the pet store sed navy blue... but i think its blackish) And now is has like gold streaks. As the yorkie gets older it gets gray hair.
Yes, dogs are descendants of wolves. Even the little Yorkie to the huge Great Dane are evolved from wolves. Dogs were domesticated about 15,000 years ago.The dog is a domesticated form of the gray wolf, a member of the Canidae family of the order Carnivora.Yes.
Dogs are descended from gray wolves. In fact, domestic dogs are a subspecies of gray wolf.
It's pretty hard for dogs to hate the color red, when they can only see shades of blue, yellow, and gray.
None. Purple is not a natural color for dogs. Some gray or "blue" (actually a sort of dark metallic gray) dogs may have a slightly purplish tinge to their color, but no dog is naturally a true, rich purple.
Technically yes, however, the coloring typically looks more like a light dusty-brown or gray then blue.
Yes, boxers can be gray!
Actually, yes. Dogs do see color (meaning more than just black and white), just a lot fewer than normal humans do. Instead of seeing the colors of the rainbow as violet, blue, blue-green, green, yellow, orange and red, dogs see it as dark blue, light blue, gray, light yellow, darker yellow, and very dark gray.Essentially then, this means dogs see the colors of the world as basically yellow, blue and gray. The colors green, yellow and orange look yellowish to a dog, and violet and blue appear as blue to a dog. Something we see as blue-green will appear gray to a dog.What I learned in science class: Dogs can see the main colors that we can, red, blue, and green. Often, dogs are missing one of these colors in the cones in their eyes, leading to either red, blue, or green colorblindness. Although dogs may see shades of color a bit differently they still see the same colors in the cones of their eyes. The point is that dogs can see the same colors we can, but more often than not, are colorblind in one color in their cones. (This depends on the breed of dog as well)
Yorkies are cute small toy dogs. They have steel- gray and brown long fur. Their eye's are like marble. They bark a lot when they sense some kind of danger. Yorkies are loving dogs. If you had an Yorkie, you would have to brush your Yorkie in 7-10 days if you want to have their long coat look shiny. Some yorkies are short hair and they can be adopted in new york city too.
Dogs can't see color, only shades of gray, so it's gray.
Two out of twelve reduces to 1/6.
UHHH dogs can only be born with 2 eyes and they are normally brown sometimes dogs can be born with blue,gray,hazel,gold,or even red
No breed of dog sees color the same way that people do. Dogs see colors, but the colors that they see are not as vibrant and they don't see the same range of color as we do. Dog color-vision has been tested and studied. It is thought that instead of seeing a rainbow as violet, blue, blue-green, green, yellow, orange and red as humans do, dogs would see it as dark blue, light blue, gray, light yellow, brownish yellow, and very dark gray. Dogs see the colors of the world as basically yellow, blue and gray. This can be helpful when choosing toys for your dog. The most popular dog toy color is red, a color dogs can't even see!
There was no Blue Gray game held in 1969.
Yes they can. Dogs can see in limited colour, with the most perceived colours being yellow, blue, and shades of grey. The colors green, yellow and orange will look yellowish to a dog, and violet and blue appear as blue to a dog. Something we see as blue-green will appear gray to a dog.
Wolves and dogs are the same species, just a different subspecies. The dog is, basically, a domesticated wolf.