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Czech Dog Training Commands

Here you will find commonly used Czech dog training commands for obedience, protection, tracking and more. These commands are translated from English to Czech.

We have done our best to keep the spelling and pronunciations accurate; however, if you see something incorrect, please let us know!

These dog training commands are also translated in French, Dutch, and German.

Neuman K-9 Academy has trained dogs across the United States as well as internationally. Owner Josiah Neuman is a Certified Dog Trainer through the International Association of Canine professionals (IACP-CDT).

Josiah has assisted several teams that have gone on to compete and win on a national and international level. He is active with the Mondio Ring World Championships and competition protection sports.

 

English:
Czech
(Pronunciation)
Sit
Sedni
(sid-nee)
Down
Lehni
(lay-nee)
Stand
Stuj
(stuuya)
Stay
Zustan
(zoo-stan)
Heel
Knoze
(no-say)
Come
Kemne
(come-enye)
Speak
Stekej
(esteke)
Jump
Hop
(hop)
Fetch
Aport
(ah-port)
Go Out
Vpred
(va-porshed)
Gaurd Alert
Pozor
(po-zor)
Search
Revier
(rav-ear)
Track
Stopa
(stop-ah)
Out/Let Go
Pust
(poo-sst)
No
Pfui
(foo-ee)

 

Again, please let us know if you are aware of corrections or additions
we could make to our list of Czech Dog Training Commands. Thank you!

 

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