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Old 03-18-2009, 07:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default List of German Schutzhund commands?

My new rescue, Ronja, was trained in Schutzhund, but I have no information as to what commands her past owner used for her. I don't even know if her owner worked her, or whether he bought her from someone else to breed her. I think the latter is more likely since she was seized from the last owner for lack of medical care and abuse, with a broken jaw and filed down canines.

She does know "Gib Laut", "Auss" and "Packen", as well as basic commands ("fuss", "sitz", "platz").

Those of you who do Schutzhund and use German commands, can you give me a list of standard commands you use with your dogs? Those might help me with handling her and continuing whatever training she may have had.

We have a move coming up in June, but I will be looking for a place up there to continue obedience and maybe tracking. Probably not protection because of her missing teeth / field canines, although she does love going at that tug (and she has a good grip on it) and she does love that sleeve (I've had to put it in the closet, or she'd take it and carry it).
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Old 03-18-2009, 07:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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try this
http://www.uwsp.edu/psych/dog/languag1.htm
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Yes, I've been to that site already. I am interested in hearing what those here who train in German use for their commands.
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Old 03-18-2009, 08:39 PM   #4 (permalink)
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we are just starting but some of the other commands we are using are:

pass auf---guard, watch
voraus....go out
aus(ows)...out, let go
so brav....good boy
pfui(fooey)...correction word when dog is making a mistake


thats all i have for now...hope it helps!
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Ones I use or have seen club members use....

pass auf - alert and bark
aus - out
packen - bite
hup - jump
bring - retrieve
hier - come
fuss - heel
platz - down
sitz - sit
pfui or (I think) pfui ist das - bad dog
super - praise word
reviere - I assume that's French but a lot of people use that one

Those are all pronounced the German way, like super is zuper, etc. The bring and hier are often drawn out, like "brrrrrrrring!" or "hieeeeeeeeeer!" and often the voice goes up like "heee-EER!" My breeder actually says aust instead of aus to make sure the command is spoken completely, if that makes sense.
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Just a couple to add to Lies' list.

voraus - go out (send out)
steh - stand
bleib - stay

Revier is German, not French. It is used for the blind search and hold and bark. Voran is also often used by some people instead of revier.
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Super, thanks so much!

As you guys know, I've never done Schutzhund as a sport before. I have done obedience and I do use German obedience commands with Abby, but I've not done tracking or protection work. We've done some "for fun" play with the bite sleeve with Abby, trying to build some drive and get her excited over it, but nothing for sport or anything like this.

As Ronja has come "pre trained", so to speak, I want to know more about it. Like I said, I don't think she'll be suitable for getting seriously into it, but even with her bad teeth I think we may be able to do the tracking and obedience portions of Schutzhund. Maybe even protection - she certainly enjoys the tugs and sleeve and as she grips with her back teeth (which are fine), she may be able to do it.

Are there any specific commands you use for tracking? That's something I've not done at all and have no experience with.
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What command do you guys use for focus/attention (on the handler)?
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Fuss - because you want that focus in the "basic position"

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Originally Posted By: HistorianWhat command do you guys use for focus/attention (on the handler)?
I think most use "Fuss" because it refers to the position and focus rather than just the movement, but when I'm first teaching focus I also have a "watch" (or "kijk es" in Dutch) command, mainly because our regular trainer does these exercises in the puppy/beginner ob classes that I am taking along with SchH.
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