What Commands does your dog know?
I have only owned Leo since November. I was reflecting today, and realized that he knows a surprising amount of commands. Now, I am not a dog trainer by any means. We have never gone to any classes and I just like to play around with a clicker every once in a while. Which got me thinking, Chaz dogs must know so many more commands! So, I was interested in hearing them. Maybe it will give me some new ideas too.
For this particular thread, I just mean commands (i.e. words that consistently get your dog to do a particular trained task), not words that your dog understands.
Leo knows: Sit, Down, Stay, Come, Ok, Heel, "Go Potty", "Go Number Two", "In your crate", "On your mat", "Clean up", "Leave it", "Drop it", "Get it", "Bring it here", Bang Bang (play dead), Shake, High-five, Man (stand on two legs), Around (legs), Through (legs).
No commands, but plenty of cues.
I'm going to do Copper since her list is the shortest:
Sit, paw, down, stand, touch, jump, tunnel, come (lol), up, off, walk it. She'll be learning a bunch more once I'm home, she's really fun to train and super nutty in general.
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Equinox Ain't No Rest For The Wicked CGC "Embyr"
Equinox Play Me Some Mountain Music "Copper"
Equinox Don't Feed It After Midnight "Bloo"
They both know: sit, down, shake, woof, come, wait, up, off, go potty (kind of), go to bed, leave it (Rowan more than Riff), high five, drop it, and bang (play dead).
Riff knows sit pretty (kind of) and bow (kind of)... lol. He'll get them, I just haven't worked with him consistently enough on those.
Rowan knows "be people" (stand up on hind legs), spin, roll over, perch, wave, "over", "walk it", and other agility commands, and we're working on both "peekaboo" and rebound.
Rowan - 8 year old Brittany
Riff - 4 year old Australian Shepherd/GSP mix
Firenze - 4 month old Silken Windhound
Zora knows: sit, down, stay, wait for your food, Paw left, paw right, highfive, slalom (through my legs), human, big dog (she jumps up on your arm), give me a hug (this is adorable because she puts her front legs around you), perch, walk, roll over, search, jump, crawl, show me/drop it, come here, slow down, beauci (this is amusing. Beacerons like to lay on their backs in a specific way, Zora does it on cue ) and we are currently working on pang pang.
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Come, roll, side, down, look, stay, sit, get it, bring it up, up, over, touch, paw, quit (heel), drop it, leave it, go lay down, get, up, off.
well volka is not a trick oriented dog, but at 6 months he solidly knows, sit, down, heel, no, give me 5, stay (and he knows that one pretty good even with external distraction), come,... basic obedience and still working on him every day. soon we will move to guard
All of them! Or, well, a lot of them. At last count we had well over 100 tricks, cues, etc. Then there's situational ones like where "hit it" can mean rebound off a flyball box, a wall, a hip, a foot...
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This question comes up every so often, and I always manage to forget something, so I put it in a word document. I've broken it up into "every day" words & phrases and commands we use in obedience & rally.
Caleb’s Words and Phrases
want to go for a you know what?
feed the dog
deef the dog
want to go?
Get your bumper/ball/Elmo/Tiger.
Get my slipper.
Get the other one.
Get the cone.
Get more (for when he's picking up more than two of something)
Get the paper.
Go in the bathroom.
Get in the tub.
Get on the mat.
Can you pick that up, please?
Bring it here.
Go to bed (get in truck, or crate)
Get paid! (for after a rally run or exceptional hard work)
Do you want celery? (result- he runs to the fridge)
On your side.
Let's do garbage/recycling/laundry.
Take it to the garbage/laundry room.
Find it! (his cue to start searching in nosework)
Find more (cue to search out another hide in nosework).
Get in the pen.
Get undressed (goes to back door and sits to have his collar taken off at night).
Do you want a chew?
Show me chew/dinner.
Listen (I touch my ear when I say it and he looks at me)
Can I have a kiss?
You missed (when he does a "drive by" kiss).
Go through (my legs from the front)
Come through (my legs from the back)
Head down (from a down, sit and stand)
Just going to wipe.
Bring it in.
Obedience & Rally
Around (return to heel going to my right)
Get back (return to heel going to my left)
Over (take the jump)
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We don't know too many... Venice knows:
beg (sit pretty)
touch (hand target with her nose)
dead retrieves (where's your ball?!)
spin in both directions
We're working on pivoting to heel position.
"Go Get Terri"
"Let's go upstairs"
"Time to go"
"let's go inside" / "It's cold"
"That's far enough"
"Hudson, if I hear you whine one more time, I'm going to kill you"
and he gets "sit" and "down" confused
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