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German word for release from stay?

Very small issue but I was wondering what German word is used for releasing from a stay? Just for fun Im training my pup to use German commands but I cant find a good option for a free, ok, or release from a stay.

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Re: German word for release from stay?

"Frei" is "free" in German.

My dogs are trained in Dutch, but I use "fini" for their free word. Well, I must admit, I use mostly "okay". LOL. But it's the way I say it.

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Re: German word for release from stay?

free = frei

release = ausgabe

ok = ok


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Re: German word for release from stay?

Is frei pronounced like free? If so, I can do that

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Re: German word for release from stay?

Hmmm I do not think I can pronounce that last one.....it looks so, well German! (I am goofy from lack of sleep).


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Originally Posted By: KC_PikeIs frei pronounced like free? If so, I can do that
No, it's pronounced like "fry".


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Re: German word for release from stay?

Ok, well I can do that too

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Re: German word for release from stay?

i use:

come, ok, what are you doing (when he's not listening or obeying), hey Loki, yo pay attention, ok good boy. i say all of these things with a German accent. i use the voice of Schultz from Hogan's Heroes.
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Re: German word for release from stay?

I just use ok, now we have a woman in our schutzhund club with a showline that's trained in czech, so those commands are fun to try to learn in order to convert her over to german, lol.


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Haha doggiedad you never fail to make me laugh. Earlier today I used, ok buddy thats enough for now. American accent with a hint of Missourahhhhh.
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