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 and this 2-pack allows you to place in multiple areas for total coverage. Charming yet durable, they’re designed with reinforced nylon stitching, four 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.
2-pack of Potty Bells allows you to hang bells in multiple places around your home—great for total coverage or larger domiciles.
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 and reduces the stress and noise when potty training.
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, four nickel-plated bells and a reversible alloy ornament with “I heart my dog” on one side and “Potty Bells” on the other.
This is a great product. We trained our previous pooch to ring the bell when he needed to go out. We plan to do the same with our new little guy. Our other bell was big, clunky, and chunky. This bell is easy to loop around the door knob and is long enough for little noses to bump. As he grows there is a set of bells higher up. At 9 weeks old he is already testing it out. We bought one for each exit door of our house.
Scary Bells for our small brained Pomeranian.
on Apr 5, 2021
We bought these bells to hopefully train our Pom to touch/ring them rather than scratch on our wood front door when he wants to go out. We have these bells on the inside and outside of the door. Our Pom won’t go near them (too scary) and thus won’t go out the front door anymore which is fine, we have other exits. The door is no longer being ruined with sharp little paws. So a success in a different way.
These are AWESOME
on Mar 30, 2021
So helpful with potty training! I heard of them from a family friend her dogs never have accidents in the house they simply ring the bells and go potty
I feel like my dog’s butler, but it works!
on Jan 15, 2021
Not sure who’s training who here, now our puppy rings a bell and we run to see what he needs; if we take our time, he’ll ring it again as if it was a butler bell! Sometimes he’s bored and wants to go for a walk, so he’ll ring the bell.
We bought it after we missed him waiting by the door to be let out and ended up making #2 right in there... he is 5 months old, he learned to ring the bells in less than a week and we haven’t had a potty accident since.
Potty Training Success!
on Jan 16, 2021
My 5 month old pup knew to go outside when it was time to do his business, but if I wasn't watching him I couldn't know to let him out in time. It took 5 days for him to learn to ring the bells when he needed to go and now he has no more accidents and I have no more clean-ups. What a great product! It is sturdy and loud enough to hear across the house; also low profile.
One for each door and they work!
on Jan 8, 2021
I used a bell to train a foster puppy to let me know when she wanted out, wanted in, and to come, it worked really well, and quickly, so when my son got a puppy I bought these for them. They hung one on the baby gate, one on the front door, and within a few days she (and my grandson :) were using them. My son said Mila was very easy to train.
8 Week Bernedoodle caught up fast!
on Dec 29, 2020
We’ve had our pup for less than a week and started training from Day 1. He’s mostly in his play pen at this age and take him out every hour when he’s awake and twice at night. When we let him roam around our kitchen, he’s rang the bell on his own probably about 5 times and we take him out and he goes!! So far so good! I would say the only downside is that he would have to ring the bell louder when he’s older and less supervised for us to hear.
Potty Training Solved!!!
on Jan 3, 2021
If you are having trouble potty training buy these right now! Our lab was having so much trouble getting it until we introduced these. Now anytime he wants to go through a door that’s closed he taps his nose on the door knob. It’s adorable and extremely helpful!
on Apr 2, 2021
My puppy really took to using these. Simple to use, and is definitely helping with the training.
Working well for puppy training
on Jan 19, 2021
We got the two pack for our slider doors and they are adjustable to the perfect length for our little 10 pound mini aussie-doodle. He has already learned to nose or paw the bells to be let out.