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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    Losgehen auf/angreifen = attack
    Auslyser = release

    I would presume these are used for Schutzhund training.........
    Correct. And if they were be in your puppy pack, Megan, I'd be very worried!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Correct. And if they were be in your puppy pack, Megan, I'd be very worried!
    hehe...me too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    hehe...me too
    Ditto.

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    Eh. Havent taught Dora that much.
    She sits very well, comes when called mostly, and I'm teaching her 'down' and 'stay'.
    I'm going really slowly with this, because I want to perfect each command before she learns the new one. And I'm also going with the puppy class resume.
    Oh, and shes getting better at 'go pee'. But so far it only works when shes near a pile of crunchy leaves

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    Frosty has with varying degrees of reliability (depending on the day / hour / minute / location)
    Sit
    heel
    finish
    watch me - look at me
    drop
    stand
    "this way" (check where mum is and change direction)
    "come" (only good when doing dog training practice)
    "C'MON" (if you don't come this instant - mum is going to hide)
    leave it (let go of / stop chasing thing you must not have)
    fetch (not very good at this one)
    thank you (let go of ball so we can throw it again for you)
    hop up (jump up to where indicated by mum patting chair etc)
    "what-you-say" - talk
    "louder" - talk so I can hear you
    "speak" - bark
    Off - get off what you're on
    Out - get out - go where I point
    "go Frosty" - end of training session / free
    "on special" - you may eat your dinner now
    "NO" - - stop it now or mum will make you stop.
    "tail worky" - wag your tail
    "shake hands"
    "round em up" - chase that dog / play with that dog
    "****napiss" - guess
    stay (stay until I come back to you)
    wait (stay until I call you)
    look - look where I'm pointing

    Still working on:
    kissy
    left turn clyde
    right turn clyde
    you or me (which is like "out")
    walkies
    beach
    enough
    roll over (need a lure) aka "bang" or "diamonds"
    get hold (for tug of war)

    And words she knows but aren't really commands
    "beagles"
    "cats"
    "bed time"
    "who is this here" - new dog to check out
    "good dog" - right/correct
    "uh uh" - wrong

    really ought to teach her and haven't
    on your mat
    targeting eg touch this, although I think we have "licky" down eg
    licky bowl, licky spoon, licky fingers, licky feet, licky toes etc.

    and unfortunately I use "wait" for slow down I need to shut the gate. but there are a few things she understands have different meanings in different places.

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    Ok heres Baileys

    Sit
    Wait (wait for me to come back to you, until I say free)
    Stay (stay until I call you)
    Up (jump up where I point)
    Drop (lay down)
    Leave (dont sniff, chew or eat that)
    come
    free (released from training, lead etc)
    be nice (no snapping when intro to new dogs)
    watch the house
    back (i go through the door first)
    car (up into the car)
    in the back (in the back seat not on my lap when in the car)
    out (out the house,car, door etc)
    dinner (free to eat)
    on your bed (not mine lol)
    down (off whatever your not supposed to be on)
    treat (she knows this TOO WELL lol)
    NO
    Good girl
    uh uh (you will be told no if you dont listen now)
    kisses (licks)
    love bites (kisses with little nibbles on the ear)- brads command lol

    Still working on -

    paw/shake
    roll over - she doesnt like showing her belly


    probably some more but sticking with the above for the time being til she gets them all down pat

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    OMG there are such clever pooches in here. It's amazing how much they can learn.


    DA, yeah wasn't in there. I just remembered seeing german translations in his pack when we got him so thought I would try my luck. Turned out to be mostly body parts like nase, unterkiefer & hoden hehehe.

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    Except for my Tara who thinks performing like a circus animal is a useless exercise & waste of her energy & time. *Drama Queen*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megan View Post
    OMG there are such clever pooches in here. It's amazing how much they can learn.


    DA, yeah wasn't in there. I just remembered seeing german translations in his pack when we got him so thought I would try my luck. Turned out to be mostly body parts like nase, unterkiefer & hoden hehehe.
    Lol@body parts.

    Your husband may come across those commands one day, Megan, if I am remembering correctly what your husband does for a living. But then again, have no idea what they use for police dogs here in Oz.

    My father was a cop too. A long time ago in another country. Only reason I know them and have used them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    Lol@body parts.

    Your husband may come across those commands one day, Megan, if I am remembering correctly what your husband does for a living. But then again, have no idea what they use for police dogs here in Oz.

    My father was a cop too. A long time ago in another country. Only reason I know them and have used them!
    He's met one GSD & trainer when he was in training at the academy. They don't have the dog squad where we're situated at the moment (too rural). The last dog & trainer he had to work with when out looking for drink & drug drivers was a labrador used as a sniffer dog.

    Was your father part of the dog squad?

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