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German Dog Training Commands


Here you will find commonly used German dog training commands for obedience, protection, tracking, and more. These commands are translated from English to German. We have done our best to keep the spelling and pronunciations accurate; however, if you see something incorrect, please let us know!

These commands are also translated in French, Dutch, and Czech.



 English:  German  (Pronunciation)
 Sit:  Setzen  (zet-zen)
 Down  Platz  (plutz)
 Stand  Steh  (sh-tay)
 Stay  Bleib  (blibe)
 Heel  Fuss  (foos)
 Come  Hier  (heeere)
 Speak  Giblaut  (gib-lout)
 Jump  Hopp  (hup)
 Fetch  Apport  (ah-port)
 Go Out  Voraus  (ver-ous)
 Guard/Alert  Pass Auf  (pass-auf)
 Search  Voran  (vo-ron)
 Track  Such  (su-kh)
 Out/Let Go  Aus  (ous)
 No  Pfui or Nein  (foo-ee or nine)


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we could make to our list of German Dog Training Commands. Thank you!

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