Dog Training Commands
While training your dog, it's important to spend time teaching your dog certain behaviors. These are called "cues" or "commands." There are several basic dog training commands that every dog should know, such as "come", "sit", "down", "place", and "heel". These cues can help you keep your dog under control and give your dog a sense of communication. They can also help you manage a variety of common behavior problems. In some cases, a well-placed command word may even save your dog's life.
An incomplete list of dog training commands & phrases in other languages...
out, drop it
watch me, look
crate, kennel, bed
casa, cajón, cama
au pied (oh-pee-aye)
vien ici (vee-n ee-see)
hier (hee er)
no touch, no talk, no eye contact
no toque, no habla, no contacto visual
An incomplete list of dog training commands for service dogs...
Lets Go, Heel, Come, Sit, Stand, Back
Place/Park (hold for 30min), Hup
Down (hold for 30min)
Left/Right Side/Turn, Go to Right/Left
Fetch, Take It, Bring It, Leave It, Drop It
Watchme/Lookatme or Dog's Name
Get Busy/Go Potty
Go to Crate/Kennel/Bed
Here, Touch (target object)