Coastal Potty Training Dog Bell

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Product Summary:

Coastal Potty Training Dog Bell

Coastal Potty Training bells make training your new puppy a little easier. Hang the ribbon with bells on your door knob and teach the puppy to jingle when he needs to go outside!

Features:

  • Makes potty training easy
  • Three adorable designs
Item Specifications:

Colors:
Black
Blue and White Paws (Red background)
Tan and Brown Bones (Black background)

Style Item Number Model Number UPC
Black 498622 BLK 84216 BLK 076484842665
Blue/White Paws 498622 BLU 84215 RWP 076484842023
Tan/Brown Bones 498622 TAN 84215 BPB 076484842016

Product Reviews by Customers

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Why did you choose this?
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to train the piglet when he has to go out
Cheryl A on Nov 27, 2017
New puppy on the way and after reading about this potty training tool I decided I wanted to try to train her to use a bell.
robert o on Jun 13, 2017
to train the piglet when he has to go out
Cheryl A on Nov 27, 2017
Good training tool
Kitty W on Aug 3, 2017
New puppy on the way and after reading about this potty training tool I decided I wanted to try to train her to use a bell.
robert o on Jun 13, 2017
Working on clicker training and want to get the pups to tell me when they need to go outside.
Laura F on Oct 9, 2016
I am hearing that puppies/dogs learn quickly to ring a bell to go outside.
Mindy P on Sep 30, 2016
Training a dog
Jennifer D on Aug 7, 2016
to train puppy (incidenially also cat) to ask to go outside
Wanda L on Jul 31, 2016
New puppy and the bell potty training works.
elizabeth t on May 16, 2016
Potty Trained my dog with this in 3 days!
Andrei O on May 6, 2016
i needed to house break my dog
James M on Apr 11, 2016
am working on this, need bells for all three outside doors- very nicely priced as I compared on google search
Heather C on Apr 8, 2016
To train my puppies.
Alexander T on Aug 26, 2015
It was significantly less expensive than those in store.
rebecca g on Mar 3, 2015
Could not find the dog bell trainer locally, so thought I'd order online and see how it is. The price was right too!
Norman A on Feb 28, 2015
Train Dog
Jeffrey K on Jan 7, 2015
We needed a reasonable set of door bells, and you had a great price!
Kathie J on Dec 27, 2014
Someone recommended this as a good way to train a dog to potty outside.
Vickie W on Aug 28, 2014
GREAT PRICE COMPARED TO OTHERS AND MADE THE SAME WAY
TINA L on Jul 2, 2014
Hoping this will help with potty training.
TINA S on Mar 19, 2014
Good value
Leslie L on Feb 2, 2014
to train
Jeffrey P on Jan 5, 2014
Looks like a great price and a great value. Plus, it's gender neutral ;-)
Patricia B on Oct 30, 2013
I have a new puppy and heard these work great.
Alisa B on Sep 5, 2013
Good price and they work
Stanley P on Aug 28, 2013
Good training tool
Kitty W on Aug 3, 2017
Working on clicker training and want to get the pups to tell me when they need to go outside.
Laura F on Oct 9, 2016
How long is potty bell?
A shopper on Apr 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: When snapped, it is about 31-1/2 inches long. When hung around a standard height doorknob, it is about 5-6 inches from the floor. My mini-schnauzers have no problem reaching it.
Does this work with older dogs? My dog is about a year old.
Walter S on Nov 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: We used it with a puppy but I would think you can train the same way. Every time we took her out the door, we would make her sit and then would tap the bells with her head or paw. She caught on quickly.