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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-16-2012, 07:26 PM Thread Starter
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Talking Dog Commands In German

So, the last few days I have been learning German. I learned how to say all the dog commands in German, so I thought I would write them here so people who want to teach there dog German can write down what I put. I hope that this helps!!


1. Sit (Zits)= Sit

2. Platz (Pl-ah-ts)= Down

3. Aus (Ows)= Out

4. Bleib (Blibe)= Stay

5. Bring (Bring)= Bring me your toy, etc

6. Fass (Fahs)= Attack (don't train unless you have professional help)

7. Fuss (Foose)= Heel

8. Heir (Here)= Come

9. Hopp (Hop)= Jump

10. Nein (Nine)= No

11. Pass auf (Pahs owf)= Pay attention

12. Pfui (Fooey)= Shame on you

13. Such (Zook)= Search

14. Voran (For-ahn)= Go forward, take the lead

15. Voraus (For-ows)= Go forward, run out


I hope that these come in handy for you all!!
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Good job on that! those are indeed the main commands most people will use. I'm sure I butcher the pronounciation on many of those commands, but fortunately, my dog dogs do not care.

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Good job on that! those are indeed the main commands most people will use. I'm sure I butcher the pronounciation on many of those commands, but fortunately, my dog dogs do not care.
Thank you, I just hope that this becomes helpful!!
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I accidently forgot one!

I also forgot to put Gib Laut (Gib Lout)= Speak!!
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post #5 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-17-2012, 09:42 AM
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ooh can someone give me the exact difference between voran and voraus?
I can piece some together: aus=out and I guess vor=go?

But then I hear people use voran for hold & bark in schutzhund (I always used reveir(?)). Not that it matters, you can the dog to H&B using anything, but I'm curious for my knowledge.
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You forgot Packen!
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Thanks that was nice . I knew a few but learned some. I think Pfui is what Daisy says when I say Platz Bleib but she's speaking english.

hey whats packen?
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I believe 'packen' means bite? I don't really know though.
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I believe 'packen' means bite? I don't really know though.
Yes Packen=Bite
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