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5

Great quality!

11/23/2019 by Deborah

Made in USA, rare but true! The leather is so soft, the red a deep blue based shade. The bells have paws etched on the sides, cute! My puppy isn't here yet but I know it will help with his training.
I suggest they consider making a holiday version for Santa bells to hang on the door like we had as children.
Very pleased with purchase!!

5

Super Training Bells

2/14/2019 by Katherine

This worked so good for our little puppy. No accidents in just a few weeks.

5

You won’t believe it.

1/6/2019 by Cynthia

I was trying to get the dogs to “ring the bells”. Apparently the cat was watching. About 5AM I heard the bells ring. I thought “Oh good. One of the dogs caught on”. Nope. I have a video that I have shared with friends. The cat rings them and turns around and looks to see if I’m coming. The dogs decided they have a new butler. Why should they ring it when the cat does it for them. Maybe the cat can teach the dogs how to do it. I have had a lot of fun and gotten a lot of pleasure from watching these animals. Thank you for designing the “Ca-Poochie bells.

5

My dog uses to alert me

7/25/2018 by Kate

These are the greatest things since sliced bread! I trained my dog to ring them when she needed to go potty.
She hasn't had one accident in the house. I highly recommend these bells.

5

Love these

5/15/2018 by Sharon

dogs quickly figured out that if they ring these they get outside, super item

5

Beautiful

10/7/2016 by Donna

I purchased the bells with the hope that our new puppy would start using them and she has! Very attractive as well

5

Ring my bell

9/27/2016 by Tom Murphy

Great way for your dog to talk to you we have lots of fun with this item every day.

5

They really work!

9/27/2016 by Carol

When our 3-year-0ld was a puppy, I bought a set of these bells for training him to let us know when it was time to go out. I followed the simple instructions, thinking, "This won't work." A week after getting them (and with seemingly no success), we went on an extended trip and the bells were left at home for several weeks. When we returned, Enzo went directly to the kitchen door, touched the bells softly, and I ignored him. He proceeded to look at me, then at the bells, then stood back a bit and whacked the bells so the silly human could hear! Indeed, it really was "necessity time" for Enzo. They really **do** work, and I've bought a second set for traveling!

5

I really like these bells.

9/10/2016 by marilynj8

This product is well made to fulfill its function. The brown leather strap is lightweight but of good quality. It lies flat against the door when hung from the door handle. My Papillon learned to ring the bells in a matter of minutes.
The bells ring each time the door is opened or closed but there is the option to hang them on a separate hook near the door to avoid this.
I would recommend this product as a house training aid. However dog owners must realize that they have todothe work to teach their dogs how to use the bells. They have to put in the effort to get good results.

5

Wonderful product!

12/10/2015 by Auben

I really like this product--well made, carefully thought out--have not had it long and so are still working on the training aspect, but very pleased with this purchase!

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The PoochieBells Story

PoochieBells - Dog Training Bells

Teach A Dog A New Trick

Sometimes we miss the cues when our four-legged friends need to relieve themselves. If that happens, we’re stuck with a mess to clean. To help avoid dog accidents in the home, Cheryl Pederson created PoochieBells, a potty-training system that teaches dogs to ring the bells when they need to be let out.

PoochieBells are straps that hang on a doorknob. When your dog wants to get your attention, the bells are right by the door, ready to be nudged with a nose or shaken with a paw. The premise of PoochieBells is based on the idea of conditioned reflexes, made famous by the renowned Russian
physiologist Ivan Petrovich Pavlov. The goal is to teach your dog to associate the ringing bell sound with a signal to go out, and PoochieBells includes training instructions to help you and your pooch get in the habit.

Cheryl wanted to give her dog a tool to communicate, even when the house was noisy and full of activity. Her PoochieBells are simple and well made, with two sets of bells on each strap so both small and large dogs can use it. The pet-safe bells come from a manufacturer in East Hampton, Connecticut, that’s been in the bell business for more than 200 years. Cheryl also offers dog-friendly pewter hooks for mounting near the door, in case you’d rather not hang the bells on a high-traffic door.

PoochieBells are a great reminder of just how smart our pets can be. All they need is a tool to help them communicate with us.
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