BLUETREE 2 Pack Dog Doorbells Premium Quality Training Potty Great Dog Bells Adjustable Door Bell Dog Bells for Potty Training Your Puppy The Easy…

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BLUETREE 2 Pack Dog Doorbells Premium Quality Training Potty Great Dog Bells Adjustable Door Bell Dog Bells for Potty Training Your Puppy The Easy...
  • 🔔2 PACK DOG DOORBELLS-Tired of cheap imitation bells that cannot withstand the urge and pull of your dog? Papikin specializes in Dog care products and are known for their unbeatable quality.Dog Training Bells are one of the easy and non-confrontational solutions to toilet train family’s best friend.Using dog bells have is proven to be an easier,fun and a win-win way for your dog to communicate Instead of barking.
  • 🔔 3 LEVEL ADJUSTABLE LENGTH – This upgraded design provides you 3 level of length adjustments compared to common two length bells. This allows for easy adjustment of the length to the bottom of the door or wall based on the size of your dog or the height of your door. design is easily mounted, and can be hung at any level to accommodate pups of all heights.
  • 🔔QUALITY BELLS – Large, thick-walled jingle bells are made from durable metals that offer superior sound quality.High quality and nice sounding bells 7 Big Extra Loud Bells yet easy on your ears to attend to your pet’s nature call wherever you are in the house. Tasteful design of silver coating of bells keep them shiny and jingle sounds are easy on your ears from the playful dogs.
  • 🔔DURABILITY: This Dog Training Bells and its belts are custom made and tested thoroughly for its ruggedness. Belt is made from heavy duty nylon material that lasts longer than other cheaply made alternatives. 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?astanding up to tugs, scratches, and bites.
  • 🔔FREE Gift – To appreciate your purchase, we are offering a dog whistle FREE along with this product. Hope you like it. But please remember, your fullest satisfaction is our top priority. If you are not happy with the purchase for any reason, do let us know. We refund or offer an exchange to ensure you become part of Papikin family.

Specification: BLUETREE 2 Pack Dog Doorbells Premium Quality Training Potty Great Dog Bells Adjustable Door Bell Dog Bells for Potty Training Your Puppy The Easy…

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Product Dimensions

3 x 3 x 3 inches, 1.06 Ounces

Date First Available

August 15, 2016

Manufacturer

BLUETREE

13 reviews for BLUETREE 2 Pack Dog Doorbells Premium Quality Training Potty Great Dog Bells Adjustable Door Bell Dog Bells for Potty Training Your Puppy The Easy…

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    Theo L.

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     This is highly recommended and I wouldn’t wait until your puppy is older. We placed this on our door where we take the puppy out to go potty. We first introduced it to her on the 4th day after bringing her home from the breeders (She’s a cockapoo and was 9 weeks old) and had her sniff and touch it. Then put a treat next to the bells and when she touched the bells we gave her a treat. Since she wasn’t afraid of it, we just kept it on the door and every time we took her out to go potty, we rang the bell, then opened the door and took her out to go potty. She is now 11 weeks old. For the last week she has been touching the bell to let us know she needed to go potty. At first it was a light touch, now she rings it so we can’t miss it. When I take her out I tell her to go “Potty” and ask if she needs to go “more”, if not we go right back in. We had a few times where she rang it just so she could go outside, but I would take her out and if she didn’t go potty right away I would just bring her back inside and just leave her alone for a while. If I took her out and she went potty, I would highly praise her during and after, but we would come in right back in and play. Tip: When taking her out to go potty, make it a trip just to go potty, no playing around or fun until they come back inside. If you can gate or fence a small area large enough to potty but not to play. Otherwise they will ring just to go outside. Any way. I have a 11 week old puppy that now rings the bell pretty vigorously to let us know she has to go potty. No messes for a week now! This bell is great and so convenient

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    Bob Walker

    We have a sliding glass door, so we had to improvise the installation. A small picture frame nail holds the bells in place. After only 4 days of having the bells, our new puppy is letting us know when she has to go potty. They certainly work as advertised.

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    Rainy Day

    Wow! It works! I wasn’t sure it could be this easy but after one week of being consistent and showing my 9 week old puppy these bells everytime she goes out to potty, she has it down! It is a dream come true.

    It took some determination and consistency. I had to guide her paw and say go potty everytime she went out then give her a treat and pets when she is successful.

    Also when she had an accident i would pick her up and bring her outside the same door with the bells. She gets it now. Every time she needs to go she just hits the bell with the snoot and waits to go out.

    I think she might be abusing it a little to get treats but thats okay because it is a good form of communication between us and has made my wife and i’s life much easier.

    I highly recommend these to anyone with a puppy that needs to be potty trained. These work!

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    Angie H.

    Has been two weeks
    Since my dog has it. Non of one break.

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    Amazon Customer

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     This door bell is made w durable material and the various sizes are great, even my tiny dog can use this bell efficiently!

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    Gardener Nancy

    Nothing is wrong with the bells but my dog will not use them! A training booklet would help

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    Nathalie Dupuis

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     Un peu cher pour le produit.
    Livraison rapide.
    Belle qualité.
    Nous le trouvons un peu trop long pour la poignée de porte extérieure…
    Mon chiot l’utilise déjà 🙂

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    Michelle

    Now my dog wants to be outside ALL the time!! Our dearly departed buddy Dex never needed anything to tell us he needed to go out. He came over, barked once, and we went out. But our new Boston Terrier puppy Buster was just sitting by the door in silence til he peed! We felt horrible, he kept not getting treats, we needed a solution! So we got him a doorbell to let us know “hey! Mom and Dad, I need to go out!” It took less than 48 hours of bell ringing to get the jist. We actually took off the top set and put it on an old leash and put it on the outside so he could tell us when to come in. He just sits outside and sunbathes in his glorious faux grass dog yard. He rings the bells when he wants to potty, he rings the bells to sunbathe, he rings them to just make us get exercise haha! Best invention ever!

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    Amazon Customer

    Looks sturdy, works as indicated.

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    Kate S.

    My puppy caught on to these quick and use them when she needs to go outside 🙂

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    Edward

    We have a thirteen week old puppy and got these when he was around ten weeks, their awesome! It took him about 5 days to really get the system down but now he knows everytime he needs to go to the bathroom he goes to the door hits the bells with his paw and we immediately come to let him out. These made the potty training process so much easier, and now our puppy hasn’t had an accident in the house in weeks!

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    RR Cocco

    We have a one-year-old boxer puppy. We picked him up last year on Memorial Day weekend, and trained him to ring the bells at the back door to go out. I had made my own little jingle bells and put them on a hook, and he was trained within about a month. We love this idea, I got it from my sister who has two dogs and is a dog groomer… She knows her stuff! I didn’t even realize this product existed for sale until I came across it here on Amazon. I decided to get them on a whim as they were cheap and the ones we’ve been using are getting a little rusty because they were not made for that purpose (they are crafting both). Also these are louder than the crafting bells, Which is good because he has a soft nudge when he brings them.

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    Kristine A. Barron

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     Very durable. My dog instantly picked up on it and rings the bell whenever he needs to go outside! He is a year old Maltese.

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