French Bulldogs have average eyesight compared to other breeds, inferior to humans (20/75 vision). They need to be closer to see what we see at 75ft.
Frenchies see 5x better in the dark than humans due to their superior night vision.
French Bulldogs' color vision isn't distinct; like all dogs, they're somewhat color-blind, seeing shades of blue and yellow, not red.
French Bulldogs have 20/75 vision (blurry past 20ft), but can react to body language from up to 164ft away, not recognizing at that distance.
Common French Bulldog eye problems as they age: impaired vision, (percentage not provided). Regular check-ups are crucial for their eye health.
Common French Bulldog eye issue: Conjunctivitis, prevalent in brachycephalic breeds due to infection, foreign bodies, or allergies, affects eyesight as they age.
Frenchie's cherry eye: gland displacement causes red bulging eye. Vets can assist. Learn more here
Swift treatment is crucial for corneal ulcers in French Bulldogs to prevent poor eyesight. Most clear up quickly with proper care.