# Only one in ten people can find the hidden dog in this picture

Taking on a challenge is always fun. There is a certain satisfaction that comes from proving yourself (and the haters) that you can overcome any obstacle standing in your way.

With the current situation, it’s difficult to find any physical challenges to enjoy, because you usually have to do it on your own. But thanks to the internet, you can always challenge your friends and family to a few puzzles and see who can solve them faster.

In addition to being fun, it is great for the brain to get a light workout every now and then, especially since technology does most of the thinking for us.

Regardless of whether you solve a math problem, an old riddle, or an optical illusion, you’ll always come out with a clearer mind.

Challenge: Find the hidden dog

Talking about visual illusions, today’s challenge is exactly that. Below, you can see a picture of an older man wearing a hat.

But somewhere in the picture, there is a dog hiding. Your task is to find it.

Are you prepared? Here comes the picture.

Can you see it? It is important to focus and take a good look, I know you can do it.

If you can’t find the hidden dog, we will reveal its hiding place below.

This is where the dog hides

Did you find the dog? If not, the answer will be after the image below.

But first, give it another look and make sure you didn’t miss anything.

Here is the hidden dog.

The dog is visible if you turn the picture upside down! Quite a tricky puzzle, to solve it you need to think outside the box.

The small details play a crucial role in finding the solution!

Now press that SHARE button below if you guessed the correct answer, and pass a fun challenge on to your friends! They may need a little brain teasing today!

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