Mighty paw smart bell 2.0 potty training dog doorbell, white, 1 activator – chewy.com gas after eating meat

The next time your four-legged friend needs to go outside, he can just ring the bell for service with the Mighty Paw Smart Bell 2.0 Potty Training Dog Doorbell. Teach your dog to this simple, innovative system to communicate potty time without pacing, scratching, whining or barking. The system installs in seconds with the receiver simply plugging into a standard wall outlet; the wireless activators require no batteries or power source of their own and communicate with the receiver from up to 1000 feet away indoors. A water-resistant housing means the system is ideally suited for indoor or outdoor use, so he can also let you know when he’s ready to come back inside! Key Benefits

This product is to be used under human supervision. Keep out of reach of children. Always inspect the product for any damage before each use. Do not use if damaged. Consult your physician/veterinarian before you/your dog start this or any exercise routine. Mighty Paw cannot be held, in any situation, responsible for any harm (physical or mental) caused by the use (or improper use) of this product.

I never write reviews, but this is life changing! Our 4 month old basset is crate trained, and knows to go outside; however, if the sliding door was closed he wouldn’t bark or whine or let us know he needed to go outside. Then he’d have an accident somewhere in the house. It has literally taken 2 weeks of dedicated training to get our dog to hit the bell to let us know he needs to go out and potty!!!! We are so happy and love this bell so much!! 0 You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report

Our 1-year-old rescue was going to the door but not barking, so would have an accident if we didn’t watch close enough. We followed the instructions for training him to use this, and 10 days later he is using it consistently to let us know it’s time to go outside. It is so nice not to have to worry about it constantly, we can hear the bell throughout the house, and he no longer has to wear belly bands. Highly recommend! 1 You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report

It took my dog some time to learn and figure it out but after two weeks she pushes the activator with her nose or paw when she is ready to go out. I recommended having your dog first sit by the activator and then push it… worked for us! 0 You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report

The product is a life saver. I have a 5 mo old lab who would not let us know when she needed to go outside. We tried the bells but she chewed them off. Within 1 day she learned how to ring this doorbell. I can’t say enough about this other than truly amazing. Highly recommend 3 You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report

I just love this doorbell system! Our dog was driving us crazy scratching the door,, she learned the doorbell in a few weeks, and I like having so many tunes to choose from, so much better than scratching! 2 You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report

I have this doggy door bell. I love the design, you can put it anywhere and it’s not an eye sore. I like that you can change the tones and volume. My pup is 1 1/2 years old so it’s great I got it now. To start training early. So far so good. He’s been hitting it with her nose every here and there but with repetition she should get the hang of it. It beats her crying or jumping on you when she needs to go out. 1 You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report

My girl mastered the bell pretty quickly. She was used to scratching the sliding door when she wanted out, but we did not always hear her. We can hear it from any place in the house. It works much better than the bells I tried. I like that it does need batteries and the sounds are adjustable too.

I love this dog bell. It comes with two press buttons. I put on the inside of my door on the window (just in reach of my dog’s nose and paws) and one on the outside of the door so they can use it when they want to come in. They have so many different rings on them. I finally found one that I like. I recommend if you want to train your pup to tell you when they have to potty. 0 You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report

I HATE the 963015 choices of "rings". Can you just find maybe 3-5 actually pleasant ones to choose from instead of all those horrendous ones you have? If I DID actually find one I thought I might have liked I wouldn’t want to cycle through the 963014 other ones to try to find it again.

We had already trained our dog to ring a jingle bell to go out, but he was jumping up against the glass door to come in – not good. Rather than hang another jingle bell outside, which we were not sure we would hear, we retrained him at 5.5 months with the Smart Bell. He learned the inside button right away. The outside was a bit harder, since he hadn’t done that before, but we stuck small treats on the outside button with honey, then treated when he came in after ringing, and in 4 days, he’s a door bell trained dog. 17 You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report