i never considered that. Interesting. I wonder what dogs actually”see” at night, like what type of vision it is. Humans can see at night as well, it’s just drastically different from what you can see during daylightDogs can see at night. I have never seen a dog run into a tree, fence or such while at night and not being able to see. Coyotes chase down prey at night. I think the biggest advantage would be during the summer months it allows your dog to stay cooler a bit longer.
Thats my main reason for not running at night , running paths looking for tracks becomes a bad habit real quickTemperature is the main advantage at night, the rabbit is normally a nocturnal animal also don't mind being up and moving. But you have a huge disadvantage to night running, the dogs do not have to hunt in the cover, become more reliant on picking up a bunny in the path.
I cant say exactly what they see but its much better than humans that's for sure. lol Hog hunting for instance, cut loose a catch dog to a bayed pig and they get there in no time flat thru whatever obstacle, myself if I didn't have a flash light it would take me a great deal of time walking with hands out in front to keep from running into things, surely couldn't run there with no flashlight.i never considered that. Interesting. I wonder what dogs actually”see” at night, like what type of vision it is. Humans can see at night as well, it’s just drastically different from what you can see during daylight
I don’t worry about trash, Dave. It’s all the rabbit lines at night that would cause issues. I want one chase going on, not four or five at once.Yep for sure Huntsman you had better have Some straight up hounds that are trash broke if your going to run at night Are you will be in for a long miserable night