Dogs show they have to go in many ways. My dog looks all over the house for me and then walks back and forth from me to the door. I admit this is overkill, but sometimes it takes me longer to get there than he would like. I could, and probably should, save him all that effort by installing the Smart Bell by Mighty Paw.
After all, I wouldn't have to do much: just plug in the receiver in the hall where I can hear it, and put the activator near the door where my dog can just push it with his nose or paw it. This takes virtually no effort on his part and would be more effective at getting my attention. A second activator would be great too, so my pup would have a way of saying, "Hey! Let me in!"
Here is how the Mighty Paw Smart Bell 2.0 comes:
The plug-in (on the right in the above image) is the receiver. That's where the bell actually sounds after the activator (on the left) is pressed. You can set the receiver to ring in 38 different tones and four volumes. The receiver will resonate up to 1000 feet from the activator if it is indoors. The activator, which your pup presses, doesn't need much pressure - less than a pound of pressure will produce sound.
A dog can easily be trained to push the bell with her nose or paw. It's helpful to plug in the receiver close to the activator while training your dog, so she knows the effect she's producing. Teach her to push the activator and reward her with small treats (like Cat-Man-Doo) when the bell rings.
Here's how easy the Smart Bells are to install and operate:
You can see why the Mighty Paw Smart Bell 2.0 has great customer reviews. The product is sound (forgive the pun), and the company is very responsive if you have any problems. You also get a 90 day money back satisfaction guarantee!
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