German Language Commands for Human Pup Play

Click on the German word below to see its individual video

Aus (ous) Away - the pup responds to this command by moving back from whatever he was investigating or paying attention to. 

Fuss (foos) Be Close - given when out walking; the pup that has been lagging too far back will move up to a position closer to master. 

Hier (heere) By Me - used in every activity; the pup responds by stopping his free ranging about and instead comes to a position/posture by masters side.

Kragen (krargen) Collar Off - pup responds by lowering his head to allow his collar to be slipped off easily.

Halsband (halsbanht)  Collar On - pup responds by lifting his head, pointing his muzzle up, to allow his collar to be placed on.

Platz (platz) Down - the pup responds by laying down where he is.

Voran (vo-ron) Find (it) - the pup responds by searching for the item master has designated. Pup locates the item even if it is amongst other similar ones, by searching for his masters scent, which the designated item will have.

Setzen (zet-zen) Front - pup responds by coming to a Present posture directly in front of master and remains until he is instructed otherwise. 

Zwinger (zvinger) Kennel - pup responds by going to his cage, his kennel, or his play mat - in that order of availability.

Reittier (right teyear) Mount - pup responds by climbing onto back of other pup carefully, and fucking him in the arse.

Entspannung (entshpanoh) or Spielen (shpeelen) Playtime - a release term; this command lets you know pup that whatever command you were given is now over and the time for commands is over. You are free to relax and do your own thing as a pup.

Still Halten (shtill haiten) Settle - usually accompanied with a hand gesture indicating a place; pup responds by going to that place and settling down there, remaining quiet and in that area.

Kuscheln (cooshen) Snuggle - pup responds by cuddling into master and resting his head on Sir.

Steh (sh-tay) Stand - pup responds by standing up from his All Fours position, or whatever other posture he was in.

Bleib Leigen (blibe league-n) Stay - pup responds by remaining in his current place and location, taking a comfortable position, until released by master issuing another command.

Benimm Dich (venim dich) or Ruhig (roo-heg) Steady - given when pup is nervous or flustered; pup responds by locking into his position and holding himself steady in it, despite any momentary discomfort. In German means to "behave oneself properly".

Hopp (hup) Up - accompanied by a hand signal (a pat on, or point to a place); pup responds by jumping up or climbing onto the location master has indicated. 

Schau (sounds like "ow!" with a "sh" in front)  Watch Me - an attention getting command, often used before other commands; pup responds by looking at master and keeping his eyes on Sir, giving his master pups full attention. 

Other useful German phrases to know are:

Ja (yah) Yes

Nein (nayn) No

Danke (danke) Thanks

Sehr gut (zeyr gooht) Very good

Ganz gut (gants gooht) Really good

Nicht Schlect (niht shleht) Not too bad

Nicht so gut (niht zoh gooht) Not so good