RUSSIAN DOG COMMANDS

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If you've got a Borzoi, a Black Terrier, a Samoyed, a Russian Toy, a Caucasian Mountain Dog, or another Russian dog, you would probably want to teach him some Russian dog commands.

Russian commands for dogs are short and quite easy to pronounce and remember. On our website you have a unique opportunity to listen how these commands are pronounced by the famous Russian Dog Wizard - Vladae Roytapel (you can read about Vladae at the end of this page, or on a special page devoted to the Russian Dog Wizard).

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Photo Credit: Ferlinka Borzoi (Deb West)/Flickr

First of all teach your Russian puppy several basic and most important Russian dog commands like "Come!", "Sit!", "Down!", "Stand!", "Stay!", "Heel!" and "Out!".

Here is your initial list (capitals for stress):

COME! - KO MNE (ko MNE, "o" like in "poll", "e" like in "bell")!

SIT! - SIDET' (see-DET', "e" like in "bell", "t" palatalized)!

DOWN! - LYEZHAT' (lje-ZHAT', "a" like "u" in "sun", "t" palatalized)!

STAND! - STOYAT' (sto-JAT', "o" like in "poll", "t" palatalized)!

STAY! - MYESTO (MJE-sto, "o" like in "poll", "e" like in "bell")!

HEEL! - RYADOM (RJA-dom, "a" like "u" in "sun")!

OUT! (Let go! Leave it!) - FU (FOO, "u" like "oo" in "book")!

After that you can learn and teach your dog some Russian dog commands that he will definitely enjoy:

GOOD - HOROSHO (ho-ro-SHO, "o" like in "poll")

GOOD BOY - MOLODETS (mo-lo-DETS, "o" like in "poll", "e" like in "bell")

GO OUTSIDE - GULYAT' (gu-LJAT', "u" like in "put", "a" like "u" in "sun")

GO HOME - DOMOY (do-MOJ,  "o" like in "poll", "oy" like in "boy")


If you want your dog to bark or stay quiet you can use the Russian commands for that:

VOICE! - GOLOS (GO-los, "o" like in "poll")!

QUIET! - TIHO (TEE-kho, "ho" like in "holiday")!

And finally here are some Russian dog commands for advanced owners:

FETCH! (Retrieve!) - APORT (a-PORT, "a" like "u" in "sun")!

JUMP (over)! - BARYER (ba-RJER, "a" like "u" in "sun")!

FORWARD! - VPERYOD (vpe-RJOD, "e" like in "bell")!

GUARD! - OHRANYAI (o-khra-NYAJ, "o" like in "poll", "ai" like "uy" in "buy")

ATTACK! - FAS (FAS, "a" like "u" in "sun")!

Russian commands for dogs sound unusual and will attract additional attention to your dog. Another reason to learn them is to make your dog more secure because he won't obey English commands from strangers.
Learn some more "dog words" in Russian!

About the Russian Dog Wizard

Vladae Roytapel - Russian dog wizard
Known as the Russian dog training wizard, Vladae Roytapel is Chief Executive of SoCal Dog Training, Inc., which has served Newport Beach and other Orange County communities since 2008. Vladae Roytapel’s firm provides in-home and group training for canines, focusing on common issues such as jumping up, destructive chewing, disobedience, and housebreaking problems. Vladae Roytapel is famously known in America for his incomparable knowledge on how to rehabilitate aggressive dogs. He explains that understanding how a dog feels leading up before they attack is paramount. His enterprise also offers a full range of training toys, pet supplies, nutritious canine food, and instructional books and DVDs.

For more of Vladae's dog training tips, take a look at http://www.socaldogtraining.com

For Vladae's biography please view http://www.russiandog.net/the-russian-dog-wizard.html

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  1. Alex says

    I'm a disabled veteran and currently trying to have my dog trained professionall. I want to have him trained in Russian but I can find an audio on how to correctly pronounce the commands. Any help is appreciated. Thank you

    • admin says

      Hi Alex,
      Thank you for your question. It's time to attach some audio to this article. Please give us a few days for that.

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