Hungarian Dog Commands: All Basic Hungarian Dog Commands and their Meaning

Are you looking for a list of Hungarian Dog Commands? If yes, then you are in the right place.

Hungarian is a Uralic languageOpens in a new tab. spoken in HungaryOpens in a new tab. and parts of other neighboring countries. Hungarian is the official language of Hungary and is also one of the 24 official languages of the European Union. 

There are dog owners who would like their dogs to learn a second language. – To do this, your dog should be able to learn the basic essential commands of such language.

This is why we researched and came up with a list of Hungarian Dog Commands alongside their meaning to enable dog owners to train their dogs to obey the Hungarian Dog Commands effectively.

Be reminded; if the Dog owner appropriately utilizes the Hungarian Dog Commands, then dog training sessions can be enjoyable for both the dog and its owner, too, as well as will make both lives easier and lot more enjoyable.

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List of Hungarian Dog Commands

Below are the basic dog training commands in Hungary.

Note: In training your dog, make sure you have some treats available. – This will enable you to gain control of your dog’s attention.

The below commands are essential in getting your dog to understand the Hungarian dog commands and to train your dogs in the Hungarian language.

English: Meaning

Heel: La Bhoz

Sit: Ul

Stay: Oh/Marrad

Down: Fekszik

Come/Here: Gyere’de/Hozza’m

Stand: A’ll

Retrieve/Fetch: Hozd

Jump: Foil

Track: Keres d

Guard: Figyelj

Bite: Fogd/Csibesz

Speak/Bark: Ugass/Koszonji

Go Outside: Kifele

Go ahead: Elore

What is going on: Mi Baj

Good(Praise): Okos/jool van

No: Pyuy/Fuj

Don’t do that: Nem Szabad

Ok: Genau

Eat food: Tied

Stand still: Madadj

Leave it: Ereszd/Hagyd

Here you have it, a list of the Hungarian Dog Commands.

Have you any questions or contributions? Please be sure to make use of the comment section.

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Dr. Jason Williams

Dr. Jason Williams has served the veterinary field for over 26 years. After graduating from the Prestigious University of California--Davis. He has practiced in both the large and small animal sectors. His experience with Animals is immeasurable. Dr. Jason has found pleasure helping pet owners find the best information they'll ever need for their pets(companion). He currently has 20 pets and is dedicated to sharing from his wealth of experience to pet owners all over the world.

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