Researchers Break Down How Dogs Watch TV

 Research has found that, by tracking a dog’s vision using similar methods on humans, dogs do prefer certains images and videos. The results indicate that dogs have a preference towards watching other canines and other research has found that sound inititally attracts dogs toward the TV and other devices. Favored sound includes dogs barking and whining, people giving dog-friendly commands and praise and the noise of toys squeaking. Dogs watching TV will often approach the screen to get a closer look and walk repeatedly between their owner and the television. They also see different images than humans. Dogs have dichromatic vision, which is two types of color receptor cells, meaning they see color within two spectrums of light: blue and yellow. (DailyMail)