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.
This potty bell set appears to be well-made and quite sturdy. And our 7 week old Beagle pup has no problem recognizing it and poking it with his nose to make it rub the wall, although not with enough force to make the bells ring. I am sure he will rattle them enough as he grows up, but not now. I thought they'd be more of the jingling Christmas Bell type and sound, but they are much more robust than that. About an hour ago he wanted out and he nosed the bells and walked to the patio door, stood there and looked at me so I took him out and he went 1 and 2. So he understands how they work already, just does not know he needs to rattle them to get our attention better.
Won't you ring my bell?
on Mar 30, 2021
I have never used bells before when I have worked on house training my dogs. This was suggested to me by a rescue and I thought-why not give it a try. I'm so glad I did. My puppy has learned to use these pretty reliably (he's only 14 weeks and I've only had him for < 1 week. I put them on the door we use to go out side and tell him, "tell me out, "he uses his paw (sometimes his teeth) and rings the bells! Also, he has initiated using them a couple of times. I wish I had done this with previous dogs too.
Works as intended.
on Mar 22, 2021
We had a set of antique, genuine sleigh bells and needed a second set. We taught the puppy to bat at the bells when he needed to go out and have had great success with the bell system. I heard stories that their puppy will just hit the bells when they want to go out and play; ours has not done that. When he rings the bells, he needs to go! These bells were a good price and there was no need to scour flea markets for antique sleigh bells. And with free and quick delivery (we also bought food) they were here in a day! I do recommend them.
on Apr 7, 2021
We have an 8 & 1/2 week old Siberian Husky puppy. After reading the reviews, we decided to give the potty bells a try. We received them yesterday, we hung them up and we would ring them before taking her out to go potty starting yesterday evening. Today, she walked up and hit the bells with her nose, we took her outside and she went potty! We are very glad we made this purchase!
on Apr 12, 2021
I was really doubtful that this product would work for our 5 month old puppy, but I was pleasantly surprised at how well he took to it. Within 2-3 days he was going to the door and ringing his bells to go out to potty. I HIGHLY recommend these!
These are great
on Mar 12, 2021
We got these for our 8 week old puppy thinking it would take some time for her to figure them out. It took her about a day and a half! She is now 10 weeks old and a pro bell ringer. She understands that if she rings the bells we let her out. She also gives them a tap and a twirl when she comes back in because they are fun!
My pup caught on quick!
on Apr 30, 2021
Within a day of using this, my puppy was trained to understand that ringing the bell means he can go outside to potty. I was skeptical but I’m more than impressed and we will keep using it!
on Mar 20, 2021
We love these! They sit about 3" above the ground when attached to a doorknob and can be adjusted one notch if you have a higher handle. Puppy is already learning to bell train quickly with the instructions the company provides with the bells. 3 days in and she's ringing the bell to alert us she needs to go out!
Ring a Ding
on Apr 21, 2021
My puppy is still trying to get the idea what to do with these. I think it will work perfect once she gets the idea. So rating them in the middle; but that is because of my puppy not the product.
In less than 2 days
on Mar 28, 2021
This item arrived Wednesday afternoon, and we started using right away. I would just kick the bells when we would go outside for “potty”. On Friday late morning, there was a ring of the bells, and ever since there have been no more accidents in the house!!