|Material||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Nylon, Polyester||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon||Synthetic Fabric, Nylon|
|Lifestage||Puppy, Adult||Puppy, Adult||All Lifestages||Puppy, Adult||Puppy, Adult|
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These bells are a great idea, but I realized after purchasing them that the bells themselves aren't very loud and I can't hear them when in another room and especially when the door is closed. I may try another brand or add some bells of my own because it's a great way to have you dog signal when they need to go out.
Vet recommended I use potty bells because my GSD 2-3 month old puppy was having a difficult time with potty training. She caught on very quickly to ring the bell for outside time. 8 months later, we still use potty bells to help her communicate when she wants to go outside (but now we have to tell her "all done" when we know she doesn't have to potty and just wants to be outside). Very highly recommend, especially for ADHD people that forget the dog might have to go out. We will be using these for the rest of her life and for dogs after her.
We trained our mini dachshund quickly and easily to ask to go outside, using the kind of bells you see on a counter, that they step on. Thought these would work as well for our new puppies. Unfortunately, I cannot get them to ring these on purpose. They will accidently bump into them sometimes when they are playing, but they will not touch them with their noses or feet. They are also not very loud or easy to ring. You have to grab them and shake them pretty hard to get much sound. Disappointed. Have ordered some of the other type of bell from another source, and after two times of tapping it with their paws when taking them out, one of them is already ringing to go outside. Much easier to hear, too, and less of a hassle than one that hangs on the door and gets caught every time you close it.
Worked well training my dog but I do wish the bells were a little louder.
I’ve seen other dogs ring a bell to go potty and always thought that was pretty cool. I decided to start my Morkie puppy off using this. He can use them now that he’s older (7 months) it was a bit confusing for both of us because the door we use to go outside is down the hall and in the laundry room. So he didn’t understand and I wanted him to let me know in the room I was in, not down the hall where I couldn’t hear it. I also wasn’t letting him wander so we wouldn’t have an accident. If you have a door accessible in your living space, it would be much easier.
I had an old ugly leash with a bell on the end hanging on my door for years. Finally updated these. So happy I did. Looks great! Great quality, nice price and fast delivery. Received it in 2 days. Can clearly hear the bells when the dog asks to go out, love the sound.
We purchased this item to help potty train our 4 month old puppy to ring the bells when she needed to go out. We were thinking to make it just for going to the bathroom but she now rings EVERY TIME she wants us to open the door. She figured it out in less than 24 hours. She actually runs to the door in the middle of playing or waking up to ring the bells to go outside! Amazing results from a puppy so young! Definitely recommend!
These bells are cute and appear to be well made. We have a Rottweiler & a Cane Corso who are learning to alert us to needing to go outside. The holder falls a bit short on our door for the Chihuahua to reach
These are great! Product was received quickly and in great condition. We have a Corgi puppy and were afraid this would not hang low enough for a small dog, but it does and we are very pleased. We have had them for a week now and although it may take longer, we are working on training to ring the bells every time our puppy wants to go outside. Hoping the concepts kicks in and we have a potty trained puppy withing a few months.
Works great and great price. Love the hook or hang on door knob options. We love Chewy!