ayudame por favor

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ciao! necesita ayuda por favor. tengo un perrito nuevo y i am trying to teach him commands en espanol. could someone help me with the following commands, por favor? or let me know if i have the commands correct/wrong for what i've googled and written?

steady: afianza
close it: cerras esto
down: abajo (for "get down")
acuestate (for "lie down")
give it: das esto
leave it: dejas esto
let's go: vamanos
look: mira
quiet: callate
sit: sientate
spit it out: desembuchas
stand: levantas
stay: no moverse
take it: tomas esto
wait for me: esperame
i'm hoping these are correct, any ayuda will be greatly appreciated! muchas gracias por todo!
abrazos,
mirabella

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updated OCT 14, 2008
posted by mirami

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ayúdame acuéstate vámonos cállate siéntate espérame

ciérralo
tómalo
dámelo dáselo
déjalo
vámonos

Marisa Estrada said:

steady: quietoclose it: cierralospit it out: escupetake it: tomalogive it: damelo (to me) daselo (to someone else)leave it: dejalolets go: vamonosShorter words are better, this is what I found different, but dogs will understand anything when they are treated with love.Sorry my spelling, the keyboard is kind of weird, I hope this helps a little.

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updated OCT 14, 2008
posted by 0074b507
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HI MIrami, when teaching cats or dogs, you must use short words, as short as possible, if so only one syllable:

steady: quieto
close it: cierralo
spit it out: escupe
take it: tomalo
give it: dame
leave it: dejalo
lets go: vamos

Some more:

sit: sienta
get up: levanta/en pie

The first word he has to learn is "no" said with a firm and steady voice. he will learn that he has to do whatever immediately (like stop biting your shoes, stop jumping on the sofa...)

three very important words:

down: abajo

up: arriba

out/stop: fuera.

updated OCT 14, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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Marisa Estrada said:

steady: quieto close it: cierralo

spit it out: escupe

take it: tomalo

give it: damelo (to me) daselo (to someone else)

leave it: dejalo

lets go: vamonos

Shorter words are better, this is what I found different, but dogs will understand anything when they are treated with love.

Sorry my spelling, the keyboard is kind of weird, I hope this helps a little.


thank you so much!

updated OCT 14, 2008
posted by mirami
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steady: quieto
close it: cierralo
spit it out: escupe
take it: tomalo
give it: damelo (to me) daselo (to someone else)
leave it: dejalo
lets go: vamonos
Shorter words are better, this is what I found different, but dogs will understand anything when they are treated with love.
Sorry my spelling, the keyboard is kind of weird, I hope this helps a little.

updated OCT 14, 2008
posted by Marisa-Estrada