If you've ever wondered how mans best friend might see the world, then look no further as we have the answer for you. 

As experts at dog-friendly letting company Canine Cottages with the help of Rhian Rochford, a vet at PocketVet, have researched dogs’ vision

Doing so by understanding how they see things in terms of colour, clarity and dimension.

It comes as 8.5 million British households own a dog and 84% plan on taking them along for a future staycation. 

Using a range of sliding-scale images to depict how dogs see British staycation hotspots, you can see how dogs see the world compared to humans. 

See how humans compared to dogs vision in these two pictures of Brighton Pier. 

In Cumbria: How Humans See. (Canine Cottages)How Humans See. (Canine Cottages)

In Cumbria: How Dogs See (Canine Cottages)How Dogs See (Canine Cottages)

You can see all the images via this website

Looking at the images you can see the colour spectrum is severely changed, as well as the blurriness and clarity of the images.

Whilst vision loss has a life-changing impact on humans, the same can’t be said for blind dogs, who can still have a great quality of life even without the ability to see.

This is because they rely heavily on their other senses, so can still cope well if their vision has gone.

What is the main difference between human and dog vision? 

Rhian Rochford says, “dogs have dichromatic vision, which means that they only see in two colours (blue and yellow), whereas humans see in three colours (blue, yellow and red).

"Instead of seeing red, a dog will see dark brown. Green will be seen as a beige colour and purple a blue tone”.

And when it comes to clarity of vision: “dogs have 4-8 times more blurred vision than humans, they also differentiate brightness half as well as humans.

"Dogs’ eyes are positioned at a 20-degree angle, which increases their peripheral vision.

"However, this also means that they have less binocular vision (not seeing things as 3D) than humans, thus reducing their depth perception or ability to determine the distance between objects”.