Mighty Paw Smart Bell 2.0 Potty Training Dog Doorbell, White

By Mighty Paw
Rated 4.2113 out of 5 stars


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About This Item


  • Teach your dog to let you know when he has to go potty using this simple, innovative system.
  • System installs in seconds–receiver plugs into standard outlet; wireless activators require no power source.
  • Activator requires just 0.75 pounds of pressure to send a signal so any size dog can use it; four volume levels and 38 ringtones to choose from.
  • Water and dust-resistant housing protects against wet, dirty paws and is ideal for both indoor or outdoor use.
  • Activator and receiver communicate up to 1,000 feet away indoors so you can install the receiver where you spend most of your time and never miss an alert.

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Questions & Answers

22 Customer Questions

The description claims that the wireless activator requires no batteries or power source. How is that even possible?
Answer by ChewyOct 06, 2018
The receiver itself does need to be plugged into an outlet within 1000 feet of the wireless activator. The receiver sends a frequency to the wireless activator that energizes it each time to work when pressed by your pet.

Both my wife and I are hard of hearing and we would need 2 chime units, one at each end of the house If I purchase 2 of these units will one of the activator buttons cause both of the receiver chimes to ring?
Answer by ChewyMar 07, 2018
This product is activated by your dog's touch. Touching one unit will not cause the second unit to ring. At this time, the manufacturer doesn't have multiple receivers available as a pre-built set.

Would this work for a cat wanting back indoors?
Answer by ChewyJul 08, 2018
A water-resistant housing means the system is ideally suited for indoor or outdoor use, so your pet can also let you know when they're ready to come back inside.

Will the adhesive rip paint off the door?
Answer by ChewyAug 23, 2020
Smart Bell is designed to stay securely on the wall even with constant abuse from your pup, which can make it hard to remove. But don’t worry, we have some tricks. We recommend using a hair dryer to heat and loosen the adhesive and then a putty knife (or something similar) to gently pry it away from the wall. For delicate walls and surfaces, we recommend using 3M Command strips. These are designed to be strong and easily pull out from behind the unit if you need to remove it.

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193 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Charlie on Aug 14, 2023

Easy to use, loud enough

We wanted to replace the bells on the door, because they were leaving marks. It has only been few days and already our older dog has figured out how to press the bell to go out. Next step is to get him used to ringing to come in rather than jumping (and scratching) the door. The sound is not annoying and easy to hear even a few rooms away.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Daniela on Nov 10, 2023

Great bell

I’m really happy with this bell. Has a loud enough tone and a large variety of different tones.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Dayna on Jul 14, 2023

Works well if your dog is medium or large

The product itself worked well enough. It came with two doorbells and one base unit that chimes. It worked just fine, but my 9 lb dog isn't heavy or strong enough to push the button. I had to help her push it, which defeats the purpose.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By FrankiesMom on May 5, 2023

Wish I got this sooner!

We've been trying a few methods to get Frankie to tell us when he needs to potty, like hanging a bell on the doggy gate - but they didn't work well because he didn't touch it hard enough. Because he already was somewhat trained to bring us towards the gate, training him on this doorbell was pretty easy. We are able to keep the receiver by the staircase so that you can hear the bell ring on multiple floors. Shortly after we got back from our morning wal, he rang the doorbell again. We thought it was cuz he just wanted to go back outside, but sure enough he actually had to poop!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Peora on Jun 22, 2023

Works Great!

My boy uses this everytime he wants to come inside. Easily to trained him to use it. Sometimes he gets excited and keeps pressing it.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Candice on Apr 24, 2023

Dog Bell Potty Training

So I wish there was two wall plugs and one activator. Not the other way around. Since I don’t want to wait to return and rebuy, I’ll save the other activator incase the one breaks. But here goes to learning to use it so my dog will alert me to use the potty outside!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Leia on Apr 19, 2023

Works to well

It took a few days of showing the puppy how to use these, and now we had to take them away, for now. Once she realized the bell meant going outside, it became a game. She would go out do her business and come in. Then run to the door not even 10 minutes later to go play. So be warned. Once we get our fence up she will get the door bell back one on the inside to go out and one on the outside to come in. Really like this product.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By FrenchieMom on Feb 28, 2023

Awful chime

This doorbell is great in theory, but the chime is obnoxious. It has a loud "ding dong" kind of sound. Think old school, movie doorbell sound. Our dogs have been using bells for years but we're moving into a new place and wanted a less obvious solution. We thought this would blend into the space and be nearly invisible. It is inconspicuous and would be perfect in terms of size but we cannot live with the sound.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Nettie on Jan 24, 2023

Not sure yet?

Zapa was adopted 6 weeks ago she is a one year old. Very smart learned sit, stay, paw and no within a couple weeks. She was not totally house broken. She is still learning about us and starting to get more comfortable by the day. We started the bell about 10 days ago. Bell is on floor right by door we take her out EVERY 35 minutes all waking hours. We tap the bell which makes her paw it, we wait till she hits just right and give a YAHOO, out the door ask her to pee. She pees 99% of the time. She has yet to ring the bell on her own? We are not giving up on the bell yet. Will rate higher if and when she gets this.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Ashley on Feb 28, 2023

so far so good

Installed a few days ago, so far no complaints. Have one on each side of the door. The bell is loud enough to hear throughout the house and the dogs picked up on the inside one pretty quickly still working on the outside bell to come back in.