Potty Bells Housetraining Dog Doorbells for Dog Training and Housebreaking Your Doggy. Dog Bell with Doggie Doorbell and Potty Training for Puppies Instructional Guide

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Potty Bells Housetraining Dog Doorbells for Dog Training and Housebreaking Your Doggy. Dog Bell with Doggie Doorbell and Potty Training for Puppies Instructional Guide

Hate Barking? Want an easier, better way for your dog to communicate? With Potty Bells, no more barking when it’s time to go potty! Instead, be alerted that your dog needs to go outside by the gentle jingle of Potty Bells. Simply hang the Potty Bells on the door your dog uses to go out and train your dog to tap the bell to communicate that they need to go outside. How can I train my dog to use Potty Bells? No problem, it’s easy! As a bonus, we’ve included a 3 simple step e-guide for training your dog in the shortest time possible. It’s really easy! Don’t be surprised if your dog starts to use them just by associating them with the door opening, even without training! As charming as they are functional. Caldwell’s Original Potty Bells have a charming design that will enhance your entryway. Other dog door bells look cheap and often tacky; however, we took great care to give Potty Bells’ alloy ornament, reinforced nylon stitching and nickel plated bells a touch of welcoming character. Made in China

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Kaleiapuno says:

Same day results!!! I am amazed at how fast my dog caught on. I anticipated the arrival of the potty bells and prepared myself for how to use and train my dog by watching a few videos on Youtube with similar products just different brand names. It really is so very simple. Once the potty bells arrived, they also came with a set of simple instructions which I also used and implemented. First, I used a treat reward method, when introducing him to the bells. I placed the treat in-between potty bells and as he…

Amazon Customer says:

Worked like a charm We have owned several dogs and they are always inside outside dogs. Meaning they must be potty trained. Our new addition a 4 month old german shepherd was having trouble getting the idea of going outside. He knew he wasn’t supposed to go inside and knew he got a treat for going outside but couldn’t grasp the concept of letting us know when he needed to go out.Had read on line that some dogs who are more difficult to potty train sometimes respond to door bells and such. After receiving the…

Robert P Gauche says:

Happy Customer We purchased a border collie a few years ago, she went from living on a farm to living in a single family home. We house trained her and that didn’t take long, but when she wanted to go out she would always go stand near the door, bark until I heard her and scratch the paint off the area under the door handle. VERY FRUSTRATING!!!We needed to find a solution to this problem and dog doorbells was it! I had never heard of dog doorbells, but a friend of mine told me there were a few…


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