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PoochieBells Proudly The Original & 100% American Made Dog Potty Doorbell, Solid Color Collection

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Description

PoochieBells gives your dog an easy and unmistakable way to tell you it’s time to go out with The Original Dog Training Potty Doorbell. When his paw rings the bells, you’ll know without a doubt. PoochieBells have a 95% success rate because they come with simple instructions and are endorsed by pet professionals. Learning to use the bells is a quick and easy process for most dogs, and they start using PoochieBells in no time. Each set is handcrafted and includes two sets of bells attached to durable grosgrain ribbon that hangs 26 inches from the doorknob. Choose from a variety of PoochieBells that feature solid colors, stripes, fun patterns or whimsical statements about life with a dog.

Key Benefits
  • Quickly train your dog to let you know when they have to go!
  • Each PoochieBells comes to your family with pet profession endorsed training instructions
  • Crafted by hand, one at a time using only the highest sourced USA-sourced components available
  • No more scratching, barking, or other stressful behaviors caused by the need to go
  • Bells ring loud enough so you’ll always know when your pup is trying to tell you something
Precautions

Keep out of reach of small children.

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  • Item Number
    108070
  • Dimensions
    26 x 1 inches
  • Material
    Nylon
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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Poochie Bells

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    These bells are perfect for our Standard poodle puppy and our 5 pound Maltese. They are loud enough to hear but not so loud to be annoying. Perfect length so both can reach easily.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Tool for training; Best Bell hardware; meh on the fabric/ribbon

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    FIRST OFF... the reviews that say this product didn’t train my dog or my dog doesn’t know how to use it confuse me. Permission granted to train your dog. SECONDLY ... the bells are the loudest & biggest bells. The hardware is sturdy and the bells absolutely feel like they will hold up over the years. THIRD... I love that the product is made in the USA. I try to support US products when it makes sense and a one-time purchase for a few extra bucks is an easy decision for me. LASTLY... the only reason I didn’t give a 5 STAR rating is the cheapish ribbon. My opinion these bells should be on a fabric/material similar to a light leash or collar. The bells are heavy duty and if a dog is trained FIRST OFF... the reviews that say this product didn’t train my dog or my dog doesn’t know how to use it confuse me. Permission granted to train your dog. SECONDLY ... the bells are the loudest & biggest bells. The hardware is sturdy and the bells absolutely feel like they will hold up over the years. THIRD... I love that the product is made in the USA. I try to support US products when it makes sense and a one-time purchase for a few extra bucks is an easy decision for me. LASTLY... the only reason I didn’t give a 5 STAR rating is the cheapish ribbon. My opinion these bells should be on a fabric/material similar to a light leash or collar. The bells are heavy duty and if a dog is trained properly they are going to put this tool through the wringer over time. The ribbon has held up so far (8 weeks) but I am honestly just counting the days until it fails. The ribbon material would keep me out of a present under the Christmas tree for a few extra minutes but honestly the dog is going to destroy it within a year. BONUS ROUND... if PoochieBells is reading and you take the advice to upgrade the ribbon to a leash/collar material; make it adjustable like a collar so the bells can grow with the dog. I folded the lower bells up higher and secured the ribbon with a little thread to reinforce as my puppy has grown. OVERALL... I would definitely recommend and am happy with the purchase. … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Just noise

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    He get excited when hit it he hasn't done it on his own yet

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Terrific Training Tool

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    This has been the most helpful training tool with our goldendoodle puppy. Living in an apartment, this saved my sanity. Easy to train how to use, now he rings bells any time he needs (or sometimes wants) to go outside.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    So easy to train dogs to use!

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    My dog is not vocal and will not let me know that she needs to go outside. This product is great for dogs to be able to communicate. Super easy to teach to use. Just have to ring it before you take them outside a few times and then they will start ringing it on there own! I also use it to let her know that we are heading out for a walk or a car ride and she comes running.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    So far, okay...

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    We spent the first week trying to get her to not be afraid of it. However, she does associate the noise with going outside and doing her business, which is great. We’ve had it for about 2.5 weeks and although we aren’t fully house trained, she is only having accidents once a week compared to once a day! She is starting to nose it on her own to make it ring, so we are making progress. Looking forward to the day she uses it consistently and isn’t having any accidents!

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Loudest/biggest/best bells

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    I ordered a set of each manufacturer bells. Each had things I liked better than the others. Poochie bells & mighty paw have a more heavy duty fabric. But the bells on poochie bells are the loudest & biggest bells. I liked these much better... but why in the world would they put them on a ribbon. My puppy torn the ribbon immediately. It poochie bells would use a fabric like the other 2 brands they would be superior in every way. I hate that I have to decide between the bells & the strap/frantic they're attached to. Both mighty paw & potty bells use a heavier duty strap that is similar to a nylon collar. Puppy can t hurt these straps, but the bells aren't as loud. I have to say though that mighty I ordered a set of each manufacturer bells. Each had things I liked better than the others. Poochie bells & mighty paw have a more heavy duty fabric. But the bells on poochie bells are the loudest & biggest bells. I liked these much better... but why in the world would they put them on a ribbon. My puppy torn the ribbon immediately. It poochie bells would use a fabric like the other 2 brands they would be superior in every way. I hate that I have to decide between the bells & the strap/frantic they're attached to. Both mighty paw & potty bells use a heavier duty strap that is similar to a nylon collar. Puppy can t hurt these straps, but the bells aren't as loud. I have to say though that mighty paws bells are the same size as potty bells, but louder...just not quite as loud as poochie bells. But now that I gave and use all 3 brands... I have to go by overall performance. The fabric & bells make the might paw overall better. Ones is suggest to buy again. But if poochie bells would change to a fabric like either mighty paw or potty bells... they would be far superior... I love the bells on these poochie bells but fabric/ribbon is easily torn. If you guys that work for this company could do this... you would have the best product. You already have the best bells, but the worst fabric to hand the bells on. Please change that. … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Can't recommend

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    I love the concept because my dog is not a barker, but I can not get her to ring the bell. She will nose the bell if I tell her to touch it but she can't put together the two thoughts: if I ring the bell then I'll go outside. Wish someone could teach me how to use this !!!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Dog picked up on it quickly

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    We started by just ringing the bells with us as we would take him out. Once he started following the bells to go out we started to put treats on the bells so he would hit them with his nose and they would ring. When they rang, we clickered him and praised him. Then once he got used to that, we held the bells in our hands and said paw using the clicker when he touched them with his paw. Then we hung them up and continued to use the paw command but pointed to the bells and clickering when he touched AND put him out after every time we commanded and he rang. Eventually we switched the command to bells and he figured it out. Since we had been ringing the bells on his way outside for a few weeks We started by just ringing the bells with us as we would take him out. Once he started following the bells to go out we started to put treats on the bells so he would hit them with his nose and they would ring. When they rang, we clickered him and praised him. Then once he got used to that, we held the bells in our hands and said paw using the clicker when he touched them with his paw. Then we hung them up and continued to use the paw command but pointed to the bells and clickering when he touched AND put him out after every time we commanded and he rang. Eventually we switched the command to bells and he figured it out. Since we had been ringing the bells on his way outside for a few weeks before we trained him how to touch them, he made the connection on his own that the bells meant outside. Teaching him how to ring them only took about 20 minutes total and I think using the bells for a few weeks beforehand when we took him out made the transition easier … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great house training tool

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    My 3 1/2 month old Sheltie puppy was having a really hard time with house breaking. She was not at all interested in going outside to pee. The only place she wouldn't pee was in her crate and play area. She was not responding to the typical house training technique what so ever. I knew she needed something to get her excited about going outside. I got the poochiebells and within a few days she was house broken and loves ringing her bells to go out.

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