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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 04-14-2008, 04:16 PM Thread Starter
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German for "Leave it"?

Hi all,

My new pup is WONDERFUL and we couldn't be happier! 9 weeks old yesterday and smart as a whip. We're teaching commands in german and I've been able to find all the "basics" online, however, I can't seem to find what the term is for "leave it". Can anyone help?

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Re: German for "Leave it"?

Try this link - it has several different terms:

http://home.sprynet.com/~rmatty/command.htm

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Re: German for "Leave it"?

Here's a link that might be helpful:

http://www.uwsp.edu/psych/dog/languag1.htm

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Re: German for "Leave it"?

Here's another one - scroll all the way down to the bottom:

http://www.uwsp.edu/psych/dog/languag1.htm

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Sorry, Madonna - we posted at the same time!

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Re: German for "Leave it"?

No apologies necessary, Jan--you know what they say: "Great minds work alike!"

(IMO, the link that you gave is more concise and easier to follow!)

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Re: German for "Leave it"?


leave it:

zeave zit
zeave zit zere
zeave zat zah zone
use a German accent when pronouncing these words. it's easier for the dog to understand.
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Re: German for "Leave it"?

You can use an online translator like babelfish. But the problem is they translate literally and dont take in German speaking or writing rules. Gehen is the verb to leave, but it is an irregular verb.

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Re: German for "Leave it"?

Grimm learned "Lass es!" as a teeny puppy the size of a loaf o' bread with legs. From the start, there was always stuff I didn't want him to nosh or tussle with. "Aus!" sure came in handy when he had (twice!!) picked up a decomposing body of a mouse outside on walks!

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