PET CHIME - The Pet Doorbell, Pet Training Device Doggie Doorbell
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Tired of your pet scratching the door, barking, or howling when he wants to come inside. Want to teach your pet to tell you when they are ready to go outside. Pet Chime is a portable, wireless electronic pet doorbell that allows pets to tell you when they need to come in or go out. Two piece device: a paw-shaped remote control transmitter and a receiver chime. The wireless Paw is designed to look like a paw print and can sit on the floor or mount on the wall. When your pet pushes the Pet Chime Paw, the chime tones to let you know your pet is ready. Easy-to-follow directions are included so very easy to train your pet. The chime gives you two choices of tones - either a dog bark or a "ding-dong" chimes. Works with both dogs and cats. To activate a chime, pets simply step on or push the paw with its nose. Select from two chime sounds: a dog bark or traditional ding-dong. The paw operates on one 9-volt battery, and the chime uses three AA batteries (batteries not included). Battery life is up to 10,000 chimes. Remote control works up to 100 ft. away from the chime. Paw and chime are made of durable plastic. (Paws are weather resistant.) Chime can stand on a counter, table, or shelf or be mounted on the wall. Its Ideal for : - Lentek's Pet Care - Two choices of tones - either a dog bark or a "ding-dong" chimes. -Give your pet the freedom to roam around the house without you having to worry about accidents they usually do. Hurry up! Train your pet to tell you when he wants to come in or go out with Pet Chime portable wireless electronic doorbell. You get Lentek Pet Chime.
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Flowerhead910
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Rating: 1

Great inventon

posted 6 years ago

I have a friend that uses this for her dog and swears by it. I probably will give it a try as my dog does the same action, (the keeshond circle) weather he needs to go out, wants water, wants fed or just wants to play. Hopefully we can train using this .

Pros: sounds great

Cons: wonder about newness

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Cindy R.
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Rating: 5

Better than a doggie door!

posted 6 years ago

This would be perfect for Piper, she isn't let outside by herself, but could let us know when she needs to go out!! She is very smart, so I think that training her to use it would not be a problem. She will whine at night, but it is confusing for us to know if she wants in bed with us or needs to go out, this would solve the problem because she could ring her "doorbell" and we would then know that she needed to go out and not cuddle with us!!

Pros: your pet can let you know if it needs in or out

Cons: could stop working if wet

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