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Old 11-11-2010, 01:37 AM
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I was watching Dogs Decoded, and they said the average dog only knows about fifteen commands. Now, because this IS a dog board, our dogs may know an above average amount, but I thought it would be interesting to see what everyone's dog knows.

Ozzy
Get out (leave the room)
Go get it
Hand it to me (usually toys, but he will sometimes pick stuff up that I've dropped)
Down
Sit
Roll over
Stop (not really stop moving, but stop what you're doing)
Wait
Here
Go get your (ball, tug, bone, chuckit ball, frisbee)
Off
Hup (load up, jump over or on something)
Up (stand up on your back legs)
Heel (loosely by my side)
Foos (German for heel, but this is his attention heel)
Quiet
Speak
Let's go (move forward after being stationary smelling something on a walk or whatever)
Take it
Drop it
Leave it
Get in (the **** tub)

Oz knows more stuff, and recognizes a LOT of words, but these are all commands that he will reliably respond to. He recognizes a lot of food words as well as words pertaining to him, his toys, going for a ride, etc

Enzo
Watch me
Take it
Drop it
Leave it
Sit (she'll sit UP now too, but I figured that's not a different command)
Stay
Down
Heel (her attention heel command)
With me (her walk with me loosely command)
Stand
Around (the right finish in rally)
Get in (her left finish in rally)
Load up (the car, she knows the context)
About (left about in rally)
Drop (on recall, emergencies, etc)
Hup (jump on this, or over this)
Go to your bed
Get out (of the kitchen dammit!)
Let's go (same as Ozzy's)
Wait
Here
In (the tub)
Be still (hold your standing position. I use her as a brace occasionally)
Front (rally again)
Come here (rest your upper body in my lap)
Off (of whatever)
Stop (whatever it is you're doing, STOP IT!)
Place

Enzo knows a lot of other things, like the down in motion, drop on recall, sit in motion, the thing that USED to be called a down in motion in rally where you stop and the dog immediately downs instead of sitting. We're working on teaching Find The Car right now, but it's not solid, so I left it off. Ummm, I'm sure I'm forgetting stuff she knows...
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Old 11-11-2010, 02:06 AM
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Gavroche ~52
sit
down
stay (used with sit/down/stand)
off
go up (go upstairs)
stop (stop what you're doing...different than Logan's "stop")
come
heel (side)
allons-y (heel)
swing/finsih (left finish)
around (right finish)
here (right turn)
out (left turn)
front
drop
let's go (loose leash walk after we've been stopped)
CALM DOWN! (emergency down)
leave it
drop it
get it
bring it here
give
take it
hup (jump)
in (in anything...his crate, someone else's crate, the car, a room, under a blanket, in my shirt...)
forward (start guiding)
go home
go car (find the car)
tunnel
go on (go out ahead of me...come to think of it "go" generally implies he'll be leading out ahead of me, even if it's only a short distance)
go potty (go pee)
go poop (yes, I have to specifically tell him to poop, or he won't poop lol)
hurry up (go potty or poop NOW)
shhhh/quiet (don't have to use this very often with Gavroche)
stand
pivot (left pivot, 90 or 180...right pivot is same as right turn)
wave
shake (hand shake)
shake shake shake (shake water off...yeah doubled that command but this one is only used after a bath/swimming)
high five
don't (warning not to do something...usually barking at random dudes)
clucking (speed up...like clucking to a horse)
look (watch me)
out (get out of the car...and yeah just realized I doubled that command too lol...I fail xD)
kennel
Are you hungry? (go find your feeding spot and wait patiently for me so I can feed you)
dig in (release to eat)
allright all done (release)
target (poke something with his nose)
fix it (untangle the leash)
pull (pull HARD...we were starting learning to pull things)


Logan ~56

heel
sit
stay (used with sit/down/stand)
down
go home
find the car
exit (find an exit)
find the bathroom
go potty (go pee)
go poop
hurry up (potty or poop NOW)
last call (we're heading in to work after a potty break...one more pee and we're done)
lap (paws in my lap)
hup-up (paws on my shoulders)
go get it
bring it here
let's go (loose leash walk after we've been stopped)
give
take it
drop
stand
hup/jump (just started learning this one yesterday...along with his first tunnel and teeter)
forward (start guiding, or continue on stairs)
stop (usually used during guiding)
left (turn left)
here (turn right)
go up (go upstairs)
around (right finish)
swing (left finish)
block at intersections (no verbal or hand cue...the street is the cue)
I chew on my hand - he pokes me in the knee with his nose (no verbal cue)
I flap my arms - he pokes me in the stomach with his nose (no verbal cue)
back (back up...can be in heel, front, etc)
easy (slow down)
clucking (like to a horse...speed up)
whoa (slow down when we're biking)
out (move away from me when we're biking)
don't (warning to not do whatever I know he's considering doing)
leave it
drop it
look (watch me)
off
load in (sounds an awful lot like "Logan" with a speech impediment when spoken lol...get in the car)
wait (less formal stay)
unload (get out of the car)
kennel
Are you hungry? (kennel up and wait for me to feed you)
dig in (release to eat)
allright all done (release)
straight (follow the right side of a path...used when guiding)
chill (calm down, settle down...our "working stay" for 30 min+ stays, allows him to get up, turn around and lay back down to get comfortable)
find a seat (find and empty seat/bench)
down under (get under a chair/bench)
fix it (untangle the leash)
poke (poke target with his nose)
touch (touch target with foot/paw)
...and I just realized I don't have an emergency down cue for Logan...I should get on that...

I know I'm forgetting some...it's late and I'm tired. But that covers most of it, anyway. Logan has a crapload more to learn, too. Gavorche needs to learn some more stuff too for rally - specifically backing up, which he's not too fond of.


ETA: Yeah I already remembered some I forgot lol

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Old 11-11-2010, 02:07 AM
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Hmm Nia knows quite a lot, I don't even know if I remember them all

- sit
- down
- sit stay
- down stay
- wait (for when the door's open or when we're going from sidewalk to the road)
- heel
- upstairs
- downstairs
- on (furniture)
- off (furniture)
- wait there (designated area while i prepare her food)
- kisses
- scratchies
- scratch my head
- turn
- circle (around me)
- bang!
- touch
- shake hands
- high five
- beg
- jump (over obstacles and my leg/arm)
- upup (jump into my arms from the floor by bouncing off my thighs)
- drop it
- leave it
- look at me (focus)
- pick it up
- go to bed (crate)
- get up (from down to stand up)
- roll over
- back back back (back up)
- catch
- find it (ball or toy)
- stop
- run (with me/at the same speed as me)
- want water? (go to water bowl and wait for me to fill it)
- get in (car)
- let's go outside
- take it off (pull her head out of the harness when I unbuckle it)
- going to the park
- take a bath
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Old 11-11-2010, 02:41 AM
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Well they all know the word "Shutup!l" lol (especially Elliot, cause he hears it the most..Especially this time of year with all the squirrels along the fence and in the trees,he barks non stop).
"Get out"(as in "I didnt invite you in my room yet, Get out!" usually only said to Cartman.
Sit (the only basic command i taught them all)
"Off"
"leave it" (as in that cat)
"stop!!"(as in "stop eating that cat poo!!") usually used on Daggett and Charlotte

Bjorn is the only one ive done basic obedience with, and Bohdi will be doing CGC so he can become a therapy dog.
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Old 11-11-2010, 06:34 AM
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Depends on whether you count only verbal commands (which many "non-dog people" think is the only way to cue a dog) or non-verbal cues (either body language or intentional, on my part, environmental cues).

If you include all the above, the older two are probably well over a hundred now, and the puppy is gaining fast.
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Old 11-11-2010, 06:48 AM
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um lots?

Not counting all the things you need for competitive obedience up to the open level, or what you need for rally and agility..

She knows 'mine' (aka leave it)

'get it' which means go pick up what ever I point at.

'bring it here' bring me what ever is in your mouth (very handy when she has food she shouldn't)


(my dog retrieving hot dog wieners)

'go' kinda from agility but it means move away in a straight line, great when she is in the way.

'don't hump the puppy' its sad this needed a cue. But Dekka has a strange issue with wanting to hump the odd puppy when they are about 6 months. Had to train this when Scandal was here. Dekka would get 'the look' in her eye and I would say "don't hump the puppy' and she would sit and look at me all innocent like.

Spin, in both directions (hand cue)

'turn' (there is both hand or verbal) mostly for agility but still fun.

'head dead' really dead when playing dead.. to the point you can start lifting her with her back legs and she stays limp.

bark (hand cue)

quiet bark (hand to lips)

waive (hand cue)

'up' jumps on what ever I am pointing too
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Old 11-11-2010, 07:00 AM
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um lots?...
I like that answer!
Let's see, Caleb has the basic/novice obedience stuff:
Heel (both for walking and for doing a right finish on a recall)
Sit
Stay
Down
Come
Get Back (left finish)
Fast
Slow

Then we have:
Go lay down
Go to bed (lay on mat, or get in crate or truck)
Get close
Scootch
Back up(both from in front of me and while heeling)
Over (all three jumps)
Take it
Get the other one
Give
Leave it
Paw
High Five
Wave
Head down
Bring it here
Can you pick that up please?
Get in (for making left circles, turns)
Hurry (right circles)
Listen (pay attention to me)
Go in the bathroom
Get in the tub

Whew! I think that's all.
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Old 11-11-2010, 08:29 AM
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Depends on whether you count only verbal commands .....
^that

Both of mine know the verbal commands for all the basics and tons (probably couldn't even remember them all to list) besides that. Plus, they know a whole bunch of hand signals and other body language that were taught at the same time the verbal was............and they understand the signals without the words. So would that mean counting the commands TWICE because they know them in two different 'languages' so to speak? LOL

But just verbally:

Sit
Stay
Down
Sit/stay
Down/stay
Come
No
Leave it (sometimes 'mine')
Out (for leaving the room)
Heel
Slow
Inside (for when it's time to come in but they don't wanna, LOL)
Roll over
Be dead
Sneaky (this signals Orson to do his 'dober stalk' )
Bring it here
Pull
Kick it
Back up
No feet (yes, Orson plays rough with his feet so he had to be taught that one)
Go find it
Go to your bed
Speak
Quiet

Uhm............I can't think of them all, but there are lots more!! We don't practice them all the time anymore, neither are pups, they know and understand the commands, so they are only used when needed nowadays hahahah
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Well, Jackson knows a lot, too. Here is his trick list:

jump through hoop
down
high-five
close door
open door (pulling on rope)
spin/spin the other way
get me a tissue
limp
take my socks off
put the socks away (putting them in a basket)
shake
heel
stop
dance
roll over
come
cover your eyes
peek-a-boo
cop cop (your feet on mine)
speak
drop it
sit pretty
say your prayers
play dead
weave through legs
crawl
circles
take a bow
back up
stay
under
shame (head under pillow)
shoot a basketball
catch


I probably missed some, but those were his tricks, not even including the words and phrases he understands and knows. Like "want a treat?" and "daddy is home!" and "who's here?" etc. Things like that.
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Old 11-11-2010, 09:27 AM
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This is hard! I know I'm forgetting some because most aren't "tricks" that you train a lot and show off to people but just handy commands that make life easier and safer.

Dally:
Come
Over Here/There (good on walks, if she's too close to the road I can say that and she'll veer left/right)
Sit
Down
Stay
Wait
Spin
High five (left, right, both)
Speak
Whisper
Quiet
Open (the door)
Close (the door)
Leave it
Go (can be used for different things, if I need her to go in front of me for ex)
GOANDLIEDOWN!
Out (the room, the paddock, the stall, etc)
Load up (car)
Up (put front legs up on my lap, bed, etc)
That'll do
Hup hup (< and ^ both used while on cows)
Quit
Settle Down
Get ______
Bring it here
Drop it
Leave it
Back up
In
Kiss

Quinn
Come
Sit
Down
Stand
Stay
Look
Leave it
Quit
Kennel
Back (kind of, it's getting there)

so far!
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