As a courtesy of our kennel, we have recorded
this video that provides English to Czech and English to Slovak Translation of the Most
Common Dog Commands including their pronunciation. Feel free to download and share; Please do not amend or edit.
It is not intended to serve as a complete list of all dog commands. Enjoy!
K-9 Dog Center Slovakia
Our K-9 Trainers have decades of experience in training working dogs to the highest standards, and they are passionate about what they do. Specializing in Police and Military K-9 training, our dogs have become valued members of Private Security Companies, Airport Security Departments, Government and Law Enforcement Agencies and Special Operations Units world-wide.
15+ and larger groups of dogs available for testing upon notice
Fully trained dogs must be pre-ordered!
Delivered directly from Slovakia
We are incorporated, loyal, and happy to provide references from our US clients.
Contact us to book a personal visit to our kennel!
Providing the best of old Czechoslovakian Border Patrol Working Bloodlines of German Shepherd, Belgian Malinois, Cross (Malinois + Shepherd Mix), and due to the growing demand also hunting breeds, all of our dogs are accompanied with up-to-date shot records, pet passports, hip/elbow x-rays and guarantee.
The Czechoslovakian working lines were developed from the former East German (DDR) German Shepherd bloodline that was bred during the World War II. Prior to the fall of the Berlin Wall, DDR dogs were kept isolated from the West German dogs and because of that, they retained their own distinct characteristics.
Different from the West German or American show lines, these dogs have stronger temperament and enhanced bravery, high drive, solid nerves, exceptional working ability, an inborn ability to endure battlefield conditions and they love to work. Their backs do not slope like the show lines, but have a straight appearance. They have stronger bones and dark pigmentation, and most importantly, they also have a very low rate of hip and elbow dysplasia.
Training can be custom-fit to meet any client demand. For example, dogs can be trained to find tripwires, search for roadside bombs and hidden weapons caches, find firearm cartridges in an open field, identify the point of a fire's origin, rappel and parachute with their handlers, and the list goes on.