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Instructing a pet to ring a bell to go potty Part one



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Part one of training a pet to ring a bell to inform us he has to go potty. This focuses on training the pet ring the bell with his nose.

27 comments

  1. Great Video!
    Ill Try this!! By now My girl is a bit scared by the bells
    🙂

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  3. so cute. I am going to try with my cat.

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  4. All I did was ring the bell myself every time I was about to take my puppy outside, and eventually he started doing it on his own after a few days. Now he does it every time he needs to go out.

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  8. u r giving the dog the treat whenever it smells the bell.. its not right and by the way u are beautiful

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  10. Hey everyone, the best info that i've had was by following the Bevs Booster Guide (i found it on google) – I found it the most useful resource that I've seen.

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  11. I'm not sure but ,if anyone else is searching for puppy training methods try Wiltapar Top Dog Secrets ( search on google ) ? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my colleague got great success with it.

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  12. Interesting but doesn't really explain how to get him to associate the need to urinate or go outside with ringing the bell….video ends abruptly.

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  13. Thank you Great video Very helpful .

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  14. I like this video. I also found another very useful method on google for house training a puppy with a bell.I recommend you to search on google for "house training a puppy with a bell"You will found grathaw canine teaching expert.

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  15. I'm watching this video in puzzlement! I have a 9 and a half weeks old beagle. What a difference in dogs' personalities! First off, I couldn't believe how this puppy calmly sits and watches the bells. My Bobo would jump at them like crazy (unless he was repeatedly getting a treat just for sitting), and if he got a treat for ringing them, he'd probably eat them out of sheer excitement. So hard to train this little guy I have!

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  16. Did you ever make part 2? If so I cannot find it.

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  17. i taught my last dog to use a bell but never thought to teach him with the bell before hand!

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  18. lol I had a problem with a dog I tried to train that happened in this video. I said "Sit" and gave him a treat every time he sat… but after a while he sat, expecting me to just give him a treat…

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  19. que triste fue perder a mi  mascota

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  20. Aun, sigo con mi pena y no quiero aceptar la perdida de mi perrita ella era unica lloro y lloro cada tarde   y noche al pie de su tumba que la he convrtido en un terraplen de un especialisimo cesped que poco a poca se va poblando, en el cesped he puesto un perrito, que la representa una lamparita solar y un corazon de espumafon con cintas rojas pegada a un palito es el mejor lugar de mi jardin yo adoraba a esa perrita que era mi alegria todos los dias. ( a mi perrita oshim para ella la paz para mi su recuerdo)   att   Libia gomez      '' cuanto la estrano''.

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  21. What I found weird in similar posts is the Grathaw Canine comments, same patterns ( Ive heard some amazing things about it and my colleague got cool results with it.) under different account names ( old trick), looks like the same person trying to advertise for Grathaw….I might be wrong, but it is too much of a coincidence …go and check it yourself

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  22. Where's Part 2?

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  23. This is wonderful! thank you soo much. I was wondering how young is too young to start training? my new oston puppy is 6 weeks and pee's on the puppy pad on command. 

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  24. I'm not sure but ,if anyone else trying to find out how to house train a puppy try Alkarno Puppy Alchemist (Have a quick look on google cant remember the place now ) ? Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my mate got amazing success with it. 

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  25. It's totally shameful whenever your puppy keeps jumping on people.

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  26. I like this method but I can't find vid 2..

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  27. Looked like a good one, but no part two. All dressed up and no place to go…

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