Colorblindness does not exist in dogs. They can perceive blue and yellow.
Russian scientists disproved the ancient concept of two-color vision. The experiment, which involved detecting full and empty food bowls of various hues, revealed that our pets are just as adept as humans are at recognizing the colors blue and yellow. Dogs, contrary to common perception, do not perceive the world in black and white. They, on the other hand, can't tell the difference between green and red.