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Mighty Paw Tinkle Bells Dog Doorbells, Solid

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House training is music to your ears with the Mighty Paw Tinkle Bells Dog Doorbell. Allowing your dog to communicate when it’s time to go outside, just hang these bells on the door, and dogs can be easily trained to swat the bells when nature calls. It easily hangs around any doorknob with a loop that snaps into place with a reinforced rivet, and the nylon ribbon is both attractive and durable—standing up to tugs, scratches, and bites. And most importantly, the silver-coated bells make a pleasant, clear sound that can be heard from other rooms.

Key Benefits
  • Hanging door bells are an effective tool for housebreaking pets, allowing pups to communicate when it’s time to go.
  • Large, thick-walled jingle bells are made from durable metals that offer superior sound quality.
  • Premium nylon ribbon is attractive and made to withstand scratches, tugs, and bites.
  • Comes with a simple, three-step training guide along with a free hook to hang leashes!
  • These easy to hang bells measure 24 x 1 x 0.1 inches.

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  • Dimensions
    24 x 1 x 0.1 inches
  • Weight
    4.8 ounces
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  • Choose a Location

Place your Mighty Paw Tinkle Bells on, or near, the door handle where your dog exits to go "Tinkle”. Keep in mind that dogs typically use their nose or their paw to ring the bells once trained.

  • Form a Connection

Each time you let your dog out to go to the bathroom, reach down and ring the bells. Choose a phrase to accompany this, such as “Tinkle Time!” Immediately let your dog out. Repeat this each time until your dog connects ringing the bells with being let out to go to the bathroom.

  • Reinforce with Praise

Praise and/or give a treat only when “Tinkle Time” was a success. Your dog should associate the bells with bathroom time only. Consistency is key. Do not reward if your dog rings the bell simply to be let outside.


My dog seems scared of the bells. What do I do?

This is most commonly because the bells are too loud for the dog. We recommend removing 2 of the 3 sets of jingle bells to “quiet” the sound. Gradually expose your dog to the bell by lightly ringing the bell when let out for potty time. As your dog adjusts to the sound gradually add the jingle bells back so that you can hear the ringing of the bells from other rooms of the house.

My dog is using the bells to signal play time instead of potty time. What do I do?

Consistency is key. When your dog creates the correct action (potty time) you reward them with praise or a treat. If they ring the bell for any other reason there is no reward or praise. Over time the dog will establish a connection that the bells are only used to communicate potty time.

Can the Tinkle Bells be used inside and outside?

Yes. The fabric is tough, durable, and weather-proof nylon webbing that can stand up against the outside elements and the most playful dogs.

Will Tinkle Bells work for small dog breeds?

Yes. Using a standard height door handle the Tinkle Bells hang approximately 9-10 inches from the floor. However if you decide you would like the Tinkle Bells closer to the floor you can use the free wall hook included with your purchase.

Should the Tinkle Bells stay on the door at all times?

Yes. Consistency is key. This is a very important part of the training. Remember we are creating a connection and a new habit and consistency will make this much easier.

Will Tinkle Bells work on all door types?

The included rivet allows the Tinkle Bells to attach through a handle or over top of a door know. This makes the product versatile to be used with virtually all doors and hooks.

How long does it take before my dog uses the Tinkle Bell consistently?

Most dogs start to grasp the concept within a few days to a week. However this varies from dog to dog. Some dogs it can take a couple of months. Remember consistency is key. The more consistent you are with the training the faster your dog will learn to communicate.

How old does my dog need to be in order to begin the Tinkle Bell training?

We recommend 3-4 months old to initiate the training program. This is usually old enough to understand the concept of the training program. Remember young puppies are energetic and playful. Stay consistent with praise only when potty time is achieved (not play time).

Can older dogs be taught to use the Tinkle Bells?

Yes. Tinkle Bells are perfect for older dogs as well.

Rating: 4.5 of 5 stars 79 Reviews 79 Reviews 4.6 out of 5 Stars

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    The bells ring

    By Cooper on Mar 22, 2021

    My pup's inside accidents have gone down since using this. He has rung the bells and gone outside and done nothing - but he's also rung the bells and done his business outside. I understand this system is to indicate when they have to go, but if the pup gets outside and burns some energy and the relieves himself (outside), isn't that a win? Only took a few time getting him to understand what gets him outside and he picked it up quickly.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Good Bell System for Learning

    By ArmyDad on Mar 18, 2021

    This is a good quality product and well-made. The package comes with a cool wall mount hook you can install for leashes. My good boy Max learned to ring the bell within a week of install. It is loud enough to hear when they nudge it and it doesn't jingle like crazy when opening and closing the door.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Very sturdy perfect for any height!

    By Rosie224 on Mar 30, 2021

    These bells are super sturdy and have bells all along the rope for any height dog. My dog is still getting the hang of how to ring the bells (sometimes puts his whole mouth over them), but they have held up and don't show any signs of wear.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Product

    By mtmom406 on Mar 7, 2021

    These bells are perfect for our new rescue. We've had them up for about a week, and she is already starting to use them. I really like that we can move them from door to door without having to drill holes. We also like the fun colors!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    A must have

    By HTownDogMom on Feb 8, 2021

    These bells are a must have for any dog owner. It only took a couple of days for my puppy to catch on to nudging the bells when she wants to go out and it really helped in house breaking her. We’ve had so few accidents because she’s able to get our attention so easily. I highly recommend!

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Snap close for door loop bad design

    By Mary on Jan 15, 2021

    These look good but there is a major design flaw if you want to hang them over the door knob. My dog jumps at the door to let me know (which I'm more likely to hear if he hits the bells), and often hits the bell strip hard enough that the snap closure on the door loop pops open and they fall to the ground. If they wanted to make the loop optional, something a bit sturdier for the loop closure is in order.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Door Bells

    By Danyelle on Mar 29, 2021

    The bells are nicely made, hangs low enough on the door, and is a pretty color. Still trying to teach my dog to use them though.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Tinkle Bell Rang!

    By Dogma on Feb 27, 2021

    I bought this for training a new puppy, but our 5 year old dog caught on very quickly and now they both like to ring the bell to go outside! Success!

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Great idea!

    By Mary on Dec 4, 2020

    Our trainer recommended trying out the dog doorbell. Our 6 month old puppy to to it immediately. The only drawback is that we're not always within earshot. Overall, though, we're quite happy with it.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing Product!

    By PottyTraining on Nov 22, 2020

    Our puppy was about 8 weeks old and it only took her 2 weeks to get this down to a science! She now rings it when she needs fresh water as well! lol Great investment.

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