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Training Dogs In German So They Don’t Take Commands From Other People “Urban Legends” Debunked



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If your dog lives in Germany, they most likely have learned to understand German commands, but the dog in German still do not take commands from other people if trained properly. So, this little video debunks the “WHY” are imported German Shepherds trained in German? And it is not so they do not take commands from other people.

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  1. Lmao "Spanish" flinch, had me rolling.

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  2. Hands down, I'm a big fan of your work and your conceptions. My personal approach and understandings about dog training is quite the same. I am a non professional dog lover.

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  3. Lol why’d he flinch so hard when he said spanish 😂

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  4. I appreciate your input David Harris but I respectfully disagree. Check out this video for some valid points in reasons why training your dog in another language might be for you. https://youtu.be/sPoFTHYPJak

    I just adopted a Belgian Malinois and am training her in German

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  5. Who cares teach you dogs in what ever language you want

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  6. Do u sell them in India?

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  7. I train my Doberman in German. One, for tradition, and two, so a bad person doesn't know what I am telling her to do. If I say "attack" or "go get him" in English somebody might turn to defend, kick, shoot, or stab my dog. If I say it in German they don't know what is about to happen. If I tell my dog to growl it might not be so scary to someone because they heard me tell her to growl. If I say it in German, they don't know what is going on. Mine is to provide my dog an advantage. I know she is not going to listen to other people. I use English around the house for fun learning. German is for protection training. If a criminal entered my home and I said "attack" in English, my dog would probably just stare at me. If I gave my German command hell would break loose. On the other side, if I tell her to shake hands in German, nothing. In English she would shake hands. There cannot be two different words in two different languages for the same thing. Growl, attack, circle, perimeter, search, and so on in German. Sit, bedtime, shake hands, get the ball, and so on in English. This works for me anyhow. Great channel David Harris!

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  8. Working dogs have less distractions when trained in a different language it prevents anyone from being able to give your dog commands and distracting them military and police dogs that are imported to the US keep the same language as a means to confuse other people and not allow anyone else know what you're telling your dog. I understand why a family protection dog would not need this but it is not an urban legend that is a work tool that is still used throughout the world today and Slovakia they train the dogs in English for the same reason

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  9. German Engineering works with dogs also, lol.

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  10. LOL I'm sorry, German just sounds kooler. I have a Malinios but I can't find Belgium words. ;-))

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  11. I thought the idea of training them in German was because the average American doesn't know German, and therefore can't give the dog the correct commands. For example, if a dog is trained to attack on "Foos," saying "Get 'em" or "Sic 'em" or "Attack" wouldn't work.

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  12. Please answer me are u guys Racist I'm Asian

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  13. Lmao! Do you ever spell (i.e w-a-l-k, c-a-r, s-n-a-c-k, c-a-t, ) in front of your dog? 😂🐕😜

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  14. So my neighbor's Chihuahua could comprende me the whole time? That little turd…. I mean caca!!!

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  15. Well isn't a fact that most trainers do train in German? Don't most police train in German too? Maybe there is a good reason so bad guys can't tell your dog what to do. I dunno!!!

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  16. And can you please make a video about a little more information about teaching your dog to listen to you only

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