Training In Languages: French, Italian, German, Etc.

Discussion in 'Dog Tricks' started by laramie, Dec 20, 2011.

  1. fly30 Experienced Member

    (y) I also speak dog. Actually, as I often say, I think I once was a dog :ROFLMAO:

  2. PaganArwen New Member

    I don't have my own dog yet but the one at the house I'm living in I'm trying to teach Finnish. Here is my list:
    Sit- isuta
    down- alas
    Roll- rulla
    Around- noin
    Five- viisii
    Ten- kymmenen
    Shake- ravistaa
    Other paw- muut tassu
    hot- kuuma
    Beg- kerjätä
    Pretty- aika
    Up- ylös
    Come- tulla
    Dead- syvä
    Stay- asua
    No- ei
    Enough- riittää
    Kill- tappaa
    Give- antaa
    Speak- Sanoa

    Eventually when I get my own wolfdog she's going to be taught exclusively in Finnish. But that' list for now.
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  3. PaganArwen New Member

    Plus Finnish sounds very different from any other language so you may want to put that in to an online text to speech or something. And also why the words are like "down" instead of "lay down" is because one word commands stick better with a dog than several words.
    I also news to add "kennel" to the list. Which is apparently the same in Finnish. Just pronnounced differently.

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