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Old 08-03-2006, 06:30 PM
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Talking What words does you dogs know?

Just wondering what words your dogs know.

My cavaliers know words like,

1)whos that (when someones home)
2) gonna go (go walkies)
5)Biscuit (do u want a biscuit)
6) come on then
8) get the ball
10)run run

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Old 08-03-2006, 06:37 PM
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Other than commands, like "human" words that they understand:

- walk (we have to spell it out, but they've figured that out now)
- go for pee pee/go outside
-Brutus (they know they're going to visit Brutus)
-car ride
-hungry puppies

that's all I can think of right now. I have to watch when I say most of those words because otherwise they both go nutso and won't calm down unless I "yell" at them or we do that activity! LOL
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Old 08-03-2006, 06:47 PM
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Casey knows,

-here you are
-go on then
-where's kirsty?
-who is that?
-go in there then
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Old 08-03-2006, 06:51 PM
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Lucas knows:

-In the yard
-Go potty
-Hurry up
-Who's home?
-Get Chris (my bro)
-Want Yummy's?
-Gotta go out?
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Old 08-03-2006, 06:53 PM
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Since I talk to Hunter like he's human and carry on conversations with him all the time, I think he knows 75% of my language! As long as I leave out the technical jargon! He knows all the basics (sit, stay, down, etc.) but also his fave phrases are:

- Bally (for his ball)
- leave it (to leave something alone)
- guppy (to get up on something)
- Din-Oh (dinner )
- "Get your baby!" (to pick up all the babies he's left out in the yard)

And... his all time fave...


That usually ends up with screams of excitement and I get to do that in about 1/2 hour!!!!!!
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Old 08-03-2006, 06:53 PM
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chocolate ... (and chocolate for thousands of times )
Ramona (that's me)
and some more
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Old 08-03-2006, 07:28 PM
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Other than commands, my dogs know:
-Want to go home?
-The names of both cats and the ferret.
-car ride
-Petco (they LOVE this word)
-Are you hungry?
-Time for bed
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Old 08-03-2006, 07:32 PM
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puppy nummy (dog treat)

load (get in the truck or onto a sofa/chair)
hi five
where's daddy? (when tony's in another room)
who's there? (when someone makes a noise outside or knocks on the door)
night-night (when it's bed time)
crawl (in the lay position and moving forward on the stomach)
shhh (knows to be quiet and don't
good girl/boy
give (give whatever toy is in the mouth)
drop it (drop whatever thing they aren't supposed to have is in the mouth)
leave it (leave something alone that fell or that they're interested in)
calm (as in - calm down...she will, Gunner is still trying to figure that one out)

I can't think of any more right now.

*one's not in italics are basic if you didn't know*
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Old 08-03-2006, 07:46 PM
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My dogs are bi-language, for I talk to them mostly in Vietnamese, but some commends are just easier in English (specially the common sit, down, stay..) So far, they understand:

- Go pee (they pee on cues
- Go daddy (their dad works at a shop on weekend, and I often take them there to visit him. Soon they learned that "Go daddy" means to jump on the car for a ride!)
- Sleep now (they'd go to their bed and lay down)
- No more (they'd stop staring me down for treats, or whatever they're asking at the time!)
- Where's mommy/daddy/mocha/missy?? (They'd look for the one in question)
- Bye bye (They know they'd be left alone for a while)
- Ddi ta('m (a Vietnamese phrase meaning to take a shower) (they love their bath time, but everytime they hear these words, they'd try to hide!!. It's hilarious)
- Mommy be^' (meaning to hold) - they'd jump on my lap to be cuddled
-Ma^m ma^m (meaning let's eat) - They'd get excited, and stop whatever they're doing to follow me )
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Old 08-03-2006, 07:50 PM
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My dogs know:

go away

+ all their basic commands and stuff for agility, obedience, etc

Seriously, it has gotten so bad that my mom has to spell those words out. If my dogs even hear "supper" or "food" or "time to eat" they go bazark. Lol.
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