March 30, 2017

Who Has Better Vision - Dogs or Cats?

Contrary to popular belief, the visual acuity and resolution in dogs is much higher than in cats. Ron Ofri, DVM, PhD, DECVO, professor of veterinary ophthalmology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, explains how cats have superior nighttime vision while dogs see better during the daytime.


Contrary to popular belief, the visual acuity and resolution in dogs is much higher than in cats. Ron Ofri, DVM, PhD, DECVO, professor of veterinary ophthalmology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, explains how cats have superior nighttime vision while dogs see better during the daytime.

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