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.
Very easy to train. We use it to go outside or through the puppy gate.
on Sep 4, 2020
We introduced our pup to the bells at about 10 weeks. At first, they startled him, and he avoided getting close to the bells. But we took his little paw and jingled the bells each time before we let him pass through the doorway. We kept one on the door to go outside, and another set on a doorway we keep blocked off with a puppy gate.
After he figured out that he could ring the bells and it would "unlock" the doors for him, he got really carried away-- well, a little drunk with power, if we're being honest. He was nudging the bells with his nose, coming and going all the time. When he wants to go outside to potty, he noses the bells. When he hears something scary outside and tears off runningWe introduced our pup to the bells at about 10 weeks. At first, they startled him, and he avoided getting close to the bells. But we took his little paw and jingled the bells each time before we let him pass through the doorway. We kept one on the door to go outside, and another set on a doorway we keep blocked off with a puppy gate.
After he figured out that he could ring the bells and it would "unlock" the doors for him, he got really carried away-- well, a little drunk with power, if we're being honest. He was nudging the bells with his nose, coming and going all the time. When he wants to go outside to potty, he noses the bells. When he hears something scary outside and tears off running back inside, he rings the heck out of the "go upstairs" bell. The sound doesn't bother him at all anymore, and I think it helped him get used to the clinking of his ID Tags once he was given his dog license and rabies tag.… more
on Oct 12, 2020
Great design very durable absolutely nothing wrong with this product. I’m Not carving out time for remedial behavioral training for my dog. She’s confused both at hone and at mom’s with changing schedules. She’s tapped the bells once with success but I need more consistency on my part for her.
on Jul 24, 2020
I was skeptical and really didn't want to train my puppy to use it. But it was so easy. It's been a week and he has not had an accident in the house since I got this! He accidentally hit it the first few times because he would head towards the door.
Potty Training Win
on Jul 7, 2020
Our puppy is still really small and we don't want him jumping to reach a bell and many were a little higher off the ground this one is face level and he can just push with his nose. This bell was a win because it has two heights to ring at-the lower one is perfect for our (less than 6 pound) puppy and the upper level is great for our friends dog. We have been very pleased as it is reinforcing and helping our dog communicate that he needs to go to the bathroom or even just wants to run around outside.
Great for puppies!!
on Jul 24, 2020
This was a total lifesaver, my lab/beagle pup had a hard time trying to let me know when it was potty time and this definitely helped! It took a day for him to realize bell=potty, and he caught on so quick! Only thing that gets a bit annoying is that it swings between the door and the wall when we shut the door, so we improvised and used some double sided tape to keep it in place!
Saved by the Potty Bells
on Jul 11, 2020
20 years ago my beautiful Weimaraner learned to ring the bells in about 2 minutes when she wanted to go outside. 10 years ago my lovely Whippet would ring the bells for treats and realized at last that she’d get put outside with her cookie, so ... that worked. Just a few days ago, my reluctant 3 month-old Chihuahua who has either run from the bells in terror or ignored them, made the connection on his own and desperately rang the bells for all the right reasons. Oh boy, did he earn cookies!
Christmas in June!!
on Jun 30, 2020
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.
on Jul 13, 2020
We bought this as an aid to potty train our puppy. We had prior experience where our older dog was able to reach the dog handle and would hit it to give us the signal so we tried this bell. The first day the puppy started to use it. I will admit sometimes you don't know if it is his tags making the jingle or the bells but for us, he sits by the door if he has to do so we know.
Perfect Training Aid
on Aug 10, 2020
Our new puppy does not have it completely down pat (trying for almost two weeks now). She has used it on more than one occasion, and we have been accident free for three days or more I think!
Dog door bell
on Jul 22, 2020
I ordered this to potty train my puppy, I was running out of options, and came across this. He learned in the blink of an eye to ring it and tell me he had to go potty outside. Highly recommend.