A golden retriever in a field of golden wheat

Most people fail – but can you find the dog in this picture?

Humans love solving puzzles. When we’re kids, it starts with word searches, find the difference photos, and the ever-popular Where’s Waldo? book series. From puzzles to crosswords and sudoku, we’re always looking for ways to challenge our brains. One of the most fascinating of these is optical illusions. From the 12 dots illusion in 2016 viral dress debate of 2018 that all but broke the internet, people can’t get enough of them.  There is a new visual puzzle making its way around social media channels, and it’s left some feeling victorious and others feeling completely stumped. Which camp will you be in? Can you find the dog in this photo?

Can you find the dog?
Image Credit: Muddy Paw Co | Twitter

Can you find the dog in this photo?

At first glance, this photo is just a nice picture of an empty park. There’s an inviting walkway, a shady tree, and a weathered bench – what’s the big deal? Somewhere hidden in this photo, there’s a dog. Take your time to inspect the photo. How long will it take you to find it?

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Read: If You Can Find The Woman Hiding In This Photo, You’re Considered To Have An Above Average IQ

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Here’s a little assistance.

Still struggling? Here, we’ve cropped the photo for you to help limit your search. Have another look:

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Still can’t find the dog?

Third time’s the charm! A third go at it after a second cropping job might help your luck.

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The final answer.

If you still can’t see the little doggo, here you go, we’ve circled him for you:

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A pug can be seen looking through the arm of a bench.

Challenge your friends.

Now that you know where the pup is, it’s hard not to see it. Send this article to your friends and family and see who can find the dog the quickest.

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Julie Hambleton
Freelance Writer
Julie Hambleton has a BSc in Food and Nutrition from the Western University, Canada, is a former certified personal trainer and a competitive runner. Julie loves food, culture, and health, and enjoys sharing her knowledge to help others make positive changes and live healthier lives.
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