Potty training your dog has never been an easy experience until the Advance Potty Train Dog Bell. This training device is designed to hang on a doorknob so your new pooch can jingle the bells when he needs to go out. Allow your puppy to easily tell you he needs to go potty when you’re in the other room or just preoccupied. Letting your dog freely tell you when he needs to go out eliminates accidents, which keeps your home clean, and both you and your dog happier. Simply jingle the bells when you take your dog out, and reward him when he begins to use the bells himself to ensure his new habit sticks.
Hang the bells on the door handle for easy set-up and let your dog tell you when he needs to go out.
Bells jingle to get your attention and let you know that your dog is ready to go use the potty.
Eliminate the bad habit of indoor accidents by giving your dog an easy way to tell you he needs to go outside.
Adorable designs allow you to pick a color that best suits your home and pup.
There are two handy snap options to choose between 27-inches and 31-inches in length to accommodate most doors and sizes.
This training device is designed to hang on a doorknob so your new pooch can jingle the bells when he needs to go out.
Simply jingle the bells when you take your dog out, and reward him when he begins to use the bells himself to ensure his new habit sticks.
Training device is easily wiped clean with a damp cloth for maintenance.
Hang or secure your Advance® Potty Training Bells on the door your dog uses to go outside. Potty training bells should remain on the door at all times to be easily accessible whenever your dog needs to go out.
Teach your dog to tap the bells with their paw, nose or tail. To do that, familiarize your dog with the bells when it is time to go out to the potty. Say, “Let’s go potty; ring the bells,” while pointing to the potty training bells.
Help your dog ring the bells, then praise and let them outside. To encourage the desired behavior, be consistent and use the same phrase and actions each time.
Your dog will soon associate ringing the bells with being let out to go potty and will ring them without your reminder. Make sure you respond immediately to your dog ringing the potty training bells to avoid accidents or unwanted behavior. Be sure to offer praise every time.
These bells are incredible.They sound like Christmas time! It took my 10 week old puppy just a day and a half to learn how to use them. It is precious to see her run to the french doors and touch them. I must admit that she gets a little over zealous at times, but I never ignore her, as that is the whole point of letting her out when she asks.She is almost completely potty trained already.
Perfect to exercise a puppy
on Jun 18, 2020
My puppy is Energetic, I’m older and sometimes can’t keep up with her . This is perfect to stand in one place and let her chase the little fur toy . She loves it. I have to let her catch it on occasion . It’s lots of fun for both of us . ,
perfect for my house
on Jun 20, 2020
This is super useful to train your dog how to let you know it needs to potty. The length is also perfect for my glass sliding door at my house
Works like a charm!
on Apr 28, 2020
Great way to house-train a new puppy. After three days of helping my puppy 'ring the bells' before we take her out. She is now letting us know on her own.
Saves our wood door!
on Dec 19, 2019
Got this bell for our Australian Cattle Dog puppy so he wouldn’t scratch our wood door. He’s figured out to ring the bell to go out with his nose and we love it. It took him about two months to figure it out, it takes time and patience to train most any dog to use a bell, but so very worth it in the end.
This bell has an adjustable length to accommodate any height pup and the bells are a soft jingle instead of a harsh ringing which we can still hear from other rooms but doesn’t deafen us if we are in be same room as the bells.
Chewie and his Bell
on Mar 18, 2020
He loves it. Really helpful for putty training
worth it !!. It helps us know better when it's time for him to go outside.
Work like a charm, even if you've been potty training for a while
on Dec 19, 2019
These have worked wonderfully for potty training our Yorkie! Yorkies are notoriously hard to potty train but these helped so much. We got them after we'd already been potty training for a couple months, but he was having some accidents, especially when we'd go to others' homes, like my in-laws. So we got these bells to take with us so he knows what door to use to get out in a new place. I love that we can be in the living room and hear the bells on the other side of the house at the back door and know he needs to go out. Give them a try even if you've been potty training for a while!
perfect potty tool
on Feb 20, 2020
These door bells are the best potty training tool for new puppy owners! They adjust to a super low level so even the smallest of puppies are able to ring the bells
Haven’t decided yet
on Feb 7, 2020
I hung them on the door to start working on training and I’m not sure I like the bell idea. It’s kind of loud and kind of startles me and probably the dogs too. not sure; I may return them
It’s a nice idea
on Nov 24, 2019
My pup will be 2 in February and ever since I got her at 2 months old I was getting suggestions to put bells at the door. Brinlee won’t tell me when she needs to go, she relies on me to say “potty outside” and if I’m not around, she will consistently go at 1 place in the House. Brinlee won’t hit these bells herself, she seems scared of them. I say “potty outside” and tap the bells, and we go outside for her to do her business. Still training and I hope we get to the point where she uses these to tell me she needs to go.