pitbullmamaliz wrote:I'm re-reading "Inside of a Dog" by Alexandra Horowitz (phenomenal book, I highly recommend it) and her chapters on dogs' vision are awesome. I had no idea their vision was so different from ours.
Anyway, she said that dogs actually see "faster" than we do, because they can see a faster flicker rate than we can. That meant that before digital TV's, dogs couldn't see moving pictures on TV's - just still frames flashing rapidly because TV's were created with our flicker rate in mind. But now with digital TV's they can actually see the moving pictures. I'm not explaining it nearly as well as she does. I can't say enough good things about that book.
Back to your question, Inara does not watch TV but my friend's dog does, which is quite annoying during animal shows as she spends the entire time cooing at the TV and blocking our view.
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