Yeah, I know that website. However, what is missing there is how you actually say it when you are using it in Obedience like the long "HIIIIIIER" or the strong "AUS!" and where the focus lies on. And that is what I'm trying to show is how you actually really use those words.Thats a very nice offer Mrs. K.
This might save you from being inundated with too many requests
This site has most of the basic commands in English, German, French, Czech and Dutch. They are just audio files, but again, hopefully it will save you from having to do a little work recording
Dr. P's Dog Training: Commands in Several Languages
I do have a request. Our new pup's name is Maximus. We bring him home this Saturday. Is that name pronouncable in German? If so, I would like to hear that
Mine does, definitely better than me anyway.so do german shepherds already know german?
Yeah it is :crazy: I've been (attempting) to learn for when I travel to visit family there. Not going well! Berlin will probably have better luck than me. He seems to understand German better than English. He'll be barking in German to all the other dogs.German can be confusing because the words you use will depend upon the context of the sentence.
Fass and packen are both used as bite commands. I never knew what they actually meant. It seems that German commands only relate to dogs not humans talking to humans.Probably not. Faß means barrel. Fassen is 'hold' or 'grip'
Packen could be used for bite, but it is actually closer to 'grip' which would be good to use if you just want the dog to 'grip' and hold, or fassen.
German can be confusing because the words you use will depend upon the context of the sentence.
That might have been it. She would be old school."Halt! Bleiben Sie stehen oder ich schick den Hund?"
That is old school though.