Getting you dog to learn dog commands in dutch will be almost impossible, without a comprehensive list of Dutch dog raining commands.
Want to learn the basic dog commands in dutch for your dog (s)? If yes, then you’ve got to read on.
Training your dog to become familiar with the dog commands in dutch can become a wonderful sight to behold.
I got some good messages from those who have gone through some of the dog commands in various languages such as the Dog Commands in French, Italian Dog Commands, Polish Dog Commands, German Dog Commands: Basic German Dog Commands, Russian Dog Commands, etc
From the messages gotten from those who have read the above post, we found out that many people find scenes where a dog(s) display how intelligent they are in obeying different languages very intriguing and are very surprised whenever they see a dog that knows more than one language.
Here, in this post, you will find out the commonly used dog commands in dutch – Used for obedience training, protection training, tracking training, and more.
These dog training commands are translated from Dutch to English.
List of Basic Dog Commands in Dutch
Here we will be looking at the commonly used dog training commands in Dutch for obedience, protection, tracking and more.
These dog training commands are in this article translated from English to Dutch with a sector dedicated to the pronunciation of the commands.
Our team have done our very best to ensure that we keep both the spelling and pronunciations of these dog commands in Dutch very accurate; however, if you notice any incorrect dog command, please let us know by dropping it in the comment section below!
English = Dutch = Pronunciation
Sit = Zit = szit
Down = Af = auf
Stand = Staan = sta: n
Gaurd Alert = Bewaken = bay-walkin
Search = Reveiren = ray-vee-rin
Stay = Blijf = blife
Heel = Volg Rechts = volg /reck-sh
Come = Hier = he-er
Speak = Blaffen = blah-fun
Jump = Over = oh-ver
Fetch = Apport = ah-port
Go Out = Vooruit = voh-rit
Track = Zoek = zook)
Out/Let Go = Loslaten = los-law-ten
No = Foei = foo-i
The above are the most common dog training commands in Korea.
To help you with a straightforward approach to teaching your dog the above commands, I’ll suggest that take a look at 5 Essential Commands To Teach Your Dog.
Here’s a video on how to train your dog on obeying some basic dog training commands
With this video, you’re sure to get lots of good tips that’ll guide you in teaching your dog the basic dog commands in Dutch.
Some Dog Training tips
- Always start each lessons for new command in a quiet room in your house. – The room should be away from any form distractions
- Break training sessions into short but regular sessions so that your dog won’t ger tired and bored
- Be patient, just like humans, dogs learn at different rates. – So, try not to worry about your dog not picking commands up straight away
- Always end the training session with a command that your dog knows. – This makes the training to end on a positive note
- Use threat during and after training, to get the best from your dog.
- Have fun during training!
You check some more dog training tips here.