Teaching Your Dog That When He Needs to Go Out, the Bell Tolls For You

Ringing the bell to go potty is a fun (and easy) trick to teach your pet.


Some dogs have access to a doggie door that allows them to exit and re-enter at will, so they can “go to the bathroom” whenever they want. Fortunately for those who are unable to go out when they want, dogs are generally excellent at “holding it in” and can wait for the appointed times at which you take them to do their business. But still, there are those moments when they really need to relieve themselves even though it’s not time for their scheduled walk. What then?

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