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Reviewed in the United States on January 21, 2019
 This is highly recommended and I wouldn't wait until your puppy is older. We placed this on our door where we take the puppy out to go potty. We first introduced it to her on the 4th day after bringing her home from the breeders (She's a cockapoo and was 9 weeks old) and had her sniff and touch it. Then put a treat next to the bells and when she touched the bells we gave her a treat. Since she wasn't afraid of it, we just kept it on the door and every time we took her out to go potty, we rang the bell, then opened the door and took her out to go potty. She is now 11 weeks old. For the last week she has been touching the bell to let us know she needed to go potty. At first it was a light touch, now she rings it so we can't miss it. When I take her out I tell her to go "Potty" and ask if she needs to go "more", if not we go right back in. We had a few times where she rang it just so she could go outside, but I would take her out and if she didn't go potty right away I would just bring her back inside and just leave her alone for a while. If I took her out and she went potty, I would highly praise her during and after, but we would come in right back in and play. Tip: When taking her out to go potty, make it a trip just to go potty, no playing around or fun until they come back inside. If you can gate or fence a small area large enough to potty but not to play. Otherwise they will ring just to go outside. Any way. I have a 11 week old puppy that now rings the bell pretty vigorously to let us know she has to go potty. No messes for a week now! This bell is great and so convenient
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5.0 out of 5 stars Unbelievable, my 11 week old puppy rings this bell to tell us she needs to go out to potty
By Theo L. on January 21, 2019
This is highly recommended and I wouldn't wait until your puppy is older. We placed this on our door where we take the puppy out to go potty. We first introduced it to her on the 4th day after bringing her home from the breeders (She's a cockapoo and was 9 weeks old) and had her sniff and touch it. Then put a treat next to the bells and when she touched the bells we gave her a treat. Since she wasn't afraid of it, we just kept it on the door and every time we took her out to go potty, we rang the bell, then opened the door and took her out to go potty. She is now 11 weeks old. For the last week she has been touching the bell to let us know she needed to go potty. At first it was a light touch, now she rings it so we can't miss it. When I take her out I tell her to go "Potty" and ask if she needs to go "more", if not we go right back in. We had a few times where she rang it just so she could go outside, but I would take her out and if she didn't go potty right away I would just bring her back inside and just leave her alone for a while. If I took her out and she went potty, I would highly praise her during and after, but we would come in right back in and play. Tip: When taking her out to go potty, make it a trip just to go potty, no playing around or fun until they come back inside. If you can gate or fence a small area large enough to potty but not to play. Otherwise they will ring just to go outside. Any way. I have a 11 week old puppy that now rings the bell pretty vigorously to let us know she has to go potty. No messes for a week now! This bell is great and so convenient
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