Training your dog in German seems to be quite popular in the USA.
You’ll also find the German Shepherd among the most popular dog breeds in the US.
Did you know that the German police had started professionally training their dogs in the early 1900s and have also used them in war?
In some regions, they used Dobermans as guard dogs for tax collectors even earlier.
It can be really convenient to train your dog in another foreign language as he will not confuse commands when you talk to others.
For the dog, it could be any language used as words mean nothing to them and they only learn their meaning through you.
I am German myself and train my dog in German, so I thought that this would be a good fit and put together the ultimate German dog training commands list for you:
Disclaimer: Some websites suggest training commands that are not really used in Germany (they seem like a bad google translate), so mine will be a bit different.
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If you are not sure how to pronounce the different words correctly, you can simply shoot me a message and I will be able to help you.
Also, make sure to give your dog a fitting name.
This will surely impress your family and friends with your training skills and knowledge of a second language.