Caldwell's Original Potty Bells - Black

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The Easiest, Most Useful Tool for Your Dog

An Essential Communication Tool for Your Dog

When your dog needs to go outside to potty, they need to communicate that somehow. Most dogs tend to bark, whimper or scratch at the door. This is can be very bothersome and potentially destructive. In other cases, we know dogs that will just try desperately to get their owner's attention by pacing and eye contact - or worse, suffer in silence. 

Giving your dog a simple communication tool will be a win/win for both of you. A dog doorbell is a direct way for your dog to let you know that it's time to go potty. You will know that they prefer to communicate directly by ringing the bells when you notice that they've stopped the other methods of getting your attention. 

This is EASY for Your Dog to Learn - Get Results on Day 1!

Do you get satisfaction out of seeing your dog learn something new? For the majority of dogs, this is going to be so easy to learn that you will probably not even need to train them. We have so many customers report that their dog caught onto to using the bells the very first day with little to no training. 

Training can be as easy as just hanging Potty Bells on your door and drawing your pup's attention to them. Other's may need a bit of training, but that's okay, we offer very straightforward training solutions. 

When you have company over, they will be amazed when they see what your dog is doing!

The Most Charming Dog Doorbells Available Anywhere

We are America's #1 dog doorbell for a reason - our charming appearance. Most dog doorbells are simple or just downright ugly. Potty Bells are a charming addition to any doorway. Many of our customers own one for each door!

Our Promise to You - Try Potty Bells risk-free.

Our promise to you is that you will get an effective communication tool that is easy to use and also looks great. If Potty Bells do not meet your expectations in any way, please return them for a full refund - no questions asked.