Potty Training: How to Train your Dog to RING A BELL to be Let Outside

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77 Comments on “Potty Training: How to Train your Dog to RING A BELL to be Let Outside”

  1. Never knew they made Potty bells. I just bought some bells at the craft store and put them on a shoe lace. My dog learned to ring them in no time.

    1. I think the best website on dog training is TrainYourDog9.blogspot.com
      because I personally tried it and it really works… Recommended

    2. Winner of a video, I’ve been looking for “dog friendly dog training” for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about – Cidlerna Barking Banisher – (just google it ) ? Ive heard some great things about it and my partner got great success with it.

  2. Zak, this video was perfectly timed! We just adopted a yellow lab mix named Bruno. He’s 12 weeks old, and our vet just mentioned the bell idea to us. I can’t wait to try it! Also, it’s such a neat coincidence that Bruno looks so much like Sky Blue–just the puppy version 😊🐶 Great video! I’m so glad we found your channel and book–an excellent guide to training! Thanks!

    1. +JUNgkook marRy Me He is now 10 and a half months old and he weighs 18,300 kg..When he was 5 months old he was 11,800 kg so I believe when he was 6 months old he was 12-14 kg

    1. Activitine wtf can’t you just accept that she did she obviously loves cats and that’s OK if you think other wise keep it to ur self BC truly ur just an idiot

    2. The ferocious feline of godly power can train his new peasant dog. BORK hunter becomes the hunted. Well, heckled again.

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    1. my old dog would scratch the door to be let out and yeah she would do it about 100 times a day. Drove us nuts lol

    2. DharmaOfDog hmmm….I just bought bells. Is there anyway to curb this behavior and still have them use bells to go potty? My older puppy (5 months) is still having accidents daily. She spends a long time outside with me and even without me and we visit her pee and poop spot and she will pee sometimes and sometime not but when we get inside not 20 minutes later….she peed. I’ve tried everything but the doors including a handful of vet visits just for this to make sure she’s healthy and it’s not anything medical. I’m stuck between a rock and a hard place.

  3. what’s ideal age to start training a puppy with everything? starting from potty training to fetch to everything that’s on your channel?

    1. When the dog is about 1-2 months of age you can start at 8-9 weeks if your dog can tolerate these complicated thing than you start really young

    2. Birth! Well, not literally, but at about two weeks is the time a reputable breeder I often help begin minor training. We start with potting in a certain place, directly next to the door outside, then start training them with play and physical affection as reward. They are less dependent on treats once they are older that way. Once they have teeth, we use moistened puppy food to train them to sit, lay down, and other basic things. We also teach little tricks sometimes, but not often as we don’t keep the puppies.

    3. Also, my above comment is assuming the mother dog is around at all times and is comfortable with he rpuppies being handled.

    4. Pranava Manajalagiri The thing you mentioned about adopting new puppies in India, its the same thing in Nepal as well. I recently got a lab myself, when I went to pick him up only then the breeder told me that my pup was only a month(actually just 25 days) old. I didn’t want to bring him home so soon but if I hadn’t probably some other ignorant person would’ve and the breeder would’ve made the money regardless, so I brought him. He’s around 36 days old now just starting to teeth and suprisingly very well behaved, doesn’t bite anything except his chew toy. So it’s probably all about how you raise him and what you teach them and how you teach them. Still, I wouldn’t recommend getting a puppy before its 8-10 weeks old and if I had to get another puppy I wouldn’t do what I did with my current pup. I hope everything is going well with your dog!

    1. xHarlequin that’s how I taught my cat to scratch her post- I went over and scratched it before each meal, and she learned treat got her dinner pretty quickly

  4. My older dog noses the bells when she has to go out, but if she REALLY has to go, she will slam it with her paws.Then I know I need to run to the door!

    1. i was so tired of our lilly biting us all the time and then i used a few tips i learned from the Dog4Training.blogspot.com — videos. it was like night and day; worked so well

  5. The audio on this video is way quieter at maximum volume than the other videos in this series, even when they are at half volume. I strugged to hear it.

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