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Coastal Potty Training Dog Bell

$5.49

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$5.49

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$5.99

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Product Summary:

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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
  • 3 adorable designs
Item Specifications:

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

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Excellent value to provide my new puppy parents the tool needed to make housebreaking successful! Okefeild Acres Goldendoodles!
JANET W on Jan 14, 2016
need help with potty training
Jeanette A on Aug 16, 2015
Working with my new puppy
Sharon W on Oct 2, 2015
Should be a good tool to use in potty training and the price is perfect.
Jo H on Jul 3, 2015
how does it work?
mary p on Nov 9, 2015
Best Answer: it takes time. Everytime one opens the door, swing the bell so it would ring. Eventually, the dog will ring the bell with it's nose when it wants to go out. Problem. Hard to say no to dog when it rings the bell and you don't want to let it out. Also, you need to be in the same room so you can hear the bell.
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