DON'T THROW OUT THE DOG ...Behavior group for discussion & finding solutions to food or toy guarding, biting, house training, destruction, howling, separation anxiety, interpreting doodle body language and more!See More
A place to discuss grooming issues.A chance to ask a professional groomer for advice.A place to start discussions that will be of interest to the many fledgling groomers here. Be sure to add tags! See More
"Wow, sorry I'm just now seeing this. We started Lucy on the 'Poochie Bells' from her 1st day home with us. When we'd go out we'd ring the bells and say, 'Ring the bells, go potty'. After countless potty trips,…"
"Ollie took some time to figure it out, but he did. :) I used to pick him up and rush him to the bells...I would nudge his body into them two or three times (every time we went out) on our way out the door and say "Ring the bells". Now he…"
"We started Bailey on the bells on the weekend. By Tuesday he was nosing them, and the last 2 days he's been actually ringing them so I can hear them in another room! I took him out every hour and each time I took him out, I put the bells in his…"
"Kim, don't give up. Some get it right away, others take a few MONTHS. I did not start Spud until 12 weeks and I think by 4-5 months we had it down.
I'm a little hyper and get distracted easily. Spud knows he has to get my…"
"I made my own too! I bought a 4-pack of bells for 99 cents at the craft store and sewed them on to the collar that he got from the breeder when we brought him home. It was quick to make, still in great condition, and saved me some money =)"
"Beckett started using the bell at around 11 weeks and still uses it. He used to ring for attention in the beginning, but he's always had a strong bladder and I knew he could hold it for at least 2 hours so I ignored any ringing unless it…"
"Spud gives me hope! I think the bells sounds so much more pleasing than a bark at the door. Ellie tends to want to bark to get our attention so anything to deter her is helpful. I started out with a "home made" version of the bells…"
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