Misconceptions about dogs that just aren't true 

Time to dispel some of the most frequent dog myths.  

First, no one can see what a dog sees, thus it's hard to know where this belief comes from.  

Veterinarian Sara Ochoa, DVM, a consultant for doglab.com, adds, "Dogs just don't see as vivid colors as we do."  

"Yellow and blue are the primary colors that dogs can see."  

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Some dogs, it's true, will eat grass if they're feeling queasy.  

The experts at The Puppy Academy explain, "Often dogs just like to eat anything!"  

"They love to explore new territory by grazing, sniffing, and tasting everything in sight!"  

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