The next time your dog needs to go, she’ll let you know with Caldwell's Potty Bells Original Dog Doorbell. As an alternative to barking or scratching at the door, the gentle jingle of Potty Bells is a much more pleasant signal that it’s time for a walk. Training your pup to tap the bell when nature calls is simple with the included three-step e-guide. She’ll be ringing them in no time, and she might even start to use them on her own by association. The snap closure makes it easy to hang Potty Bells from any doorknob, lever or handle. Charming yet durable, they’re designed with reinforced nylon stitching, six nickel-plated bells and a reversible alloy ornament with “I heart my dog” on one side and “Potty Bells” on the other. It’s a stress-free and less noisy way to potty train.
An alternative to barking or scratching at the door, the gentle jingle of Potty Bells is a much more pleasant signal that it’s time for a walk.
Training your pup to tap the bell when nature calls is simple with the included three-step e-guide.
The snap closure easily attaches to almost any doorknob, lever or handle; the bottom set of bells hangs down approximately 26 inches.
Charming yet durable, they’re designed with reinforced nylon stitching and four nickel-plated bells.
Adorable reversible alloy ornament says “I heart my dog” on one side and “Potty Bells” on the other.
After 4 months puppy still thinks these Bells are a GAME!
on Dec 25, 2019
Purchased this hoping to train our puppy to alert us by the door whenever she has to go potty, however any time we hung this on the door handle she would relentlessly attack/play with the bells to where we had to remove them (we live in an apartment complex and the bells were hung on the door to the balcony). Watched all available training videos addressing this to no avail (none seem to address the issue of a puppy who goes nuts over bells the second she sees them). Could not figure out a way to train her to use these appropriately because as soon as she sees them it's GAME ON! Better encompassing instructions would be useful
Sturdy Bells for Play and Potty Warnings
on Jan 22, 2020
My 10 week old puppy has these bells figured out. She'll hit them once and stand in front of the door when she needs to go out (or just wants to play outside) but she also tugs on them and shakes them around repeatedly when she just wants to play and they do a good job of keeping her entertained.
Lab Puppies Love Potty Bells!
on Dec 7, 2019
We have two lab puppies. By three months they were crate trained but anytime they were out in the house during the day they would not let us know they had to go outside and would just go inside. Within minutes of putting these bells up, they began using them. As the directions stated, I just showed the dogs the bells and put their nose to them the first few times before letting them outside. As long as we are around to hear the bells, we haven’t had any accidents since! Highly recommend these if you don’t feel like your pup is making any effort to let you know when they need to go out.
Great set of potty bells
on Jan 19, 2020
I ordered these for two dogs I’m fostering. I had been told they were house trained using bells. They are not! However, my senior dog was first trained this way. She sorta remembers... I’d have given them five stars if they had one more (lower adjustment).
on Jan 16, 2020
It was easy to train our puppy to use this. We used treats with the ringing, and rang it every time we let him out. Took about a month to fully understand but he totally uses it to let us know. Funny thing, the cats now think if they hit it they can go out too...lol
Great bells dog won’t use
on Dec 18, 2019
Trying to train my dog who is house broke to tell me when she has to go out. It’s a guessing game because she never lets me know. She’s never had an accident but doesn’t let me know when she needs out. She won’t have anything to do with the bells. She hates them. I guess I’m the one that is trained. I just let her out every so often and she goes. LOL.
Great for Pups Without a Signal
on Dec 8, 2019
My puppy’s breeder started potty training him before I even picked him up so he was nearly perfect in the house. His only issue was that he didn’t have a way to tell me he needed to go outside. He was scared of the bells at first. With lots of treats and praise he got the hang of it. He eventually transitioned to woofing softly at the door but the bells were essential to him figuring that out.
Jakey love his new potty bell!
on Dec 9, 2019
After four days, my dachshund Jakey, learned how to ring the bell for a potty run! It hangs on my sliding glass door and reaches low enough for him to nudge with his snout. I'm still trying to teach my other two pups to signal with the bells, but so far so good! The product is stable/sturdy and attaches easily to my slider handle. I am please with it and would recommend.
must be consistent
on Jan 24, 2020
I was recommended these bells for potty training. I was surprised it wasn’t made cheap! Sturdy and solid bells. Didn’t work for my dogs because I wasn’t consistent enough. Good product though!
Our puppy is getting it!
on Dec 20, 2019
Love this idea! No scratched up door. She loves the jingle and sometimes rings it when she doesn’t need to go—no treat! But is thrilled when she does get it right. She’s only 4 months old, but I think she’ll get it with consistency.