EASY TO USE - No need to press, just touch or slip over the button lightly to activate, easy for any small or big dog to use, and flexibly increase or decrease the receiver and transmitter according to your needs. Uses a 12V 23A Alkaline battery that boasts a 1-year maximum lifespan.
CUSTOMIZABLE - Bell volume and ring tone can be customized to the style of your choice, with 5 different volumes (0-110db) and 52 different tones to choose from! Not disturb mode, give users a better home experience. Also has a memory function that will remember your last doorbell ring after a power outage.
LONG RANGE - Activator and receiver communicate as far as 500 feet from each other when indoors.
WATERPROOF - The waterproof grade of the button is IP55 can be used both indoors and outdoors, and even work normally on rainy days.
EASY INSTALLATION - Just plug the receiver into the outlet in the bedroom/living room/kitchen/garage. Use the reusable tape to stick the transmitter on the door/floor/wall, even on a board anywhere you need it.
You can do your training during feeding time. Put the food outside the door, and then show the dog how to ring the bell. When they do it, praise them and immediately open the door.
Put your dog out any time they ring the bell, whether they want to or not! Puppy would ring it and when I'd come over to let him out, maybe he didn't want to go out, just wanted to play. So put them out anyway! If you're consistent about it, they will only ring when they want to go out.
Please test the working distance between the receiver and the transmitter before installing and fixing!
Do not install the transmitter on the security door. The metal will weaken the signal and affect the remote control distance!
Do not install the receiver next to electric appliances such as TV sets, induction cookers, microwave ovens, etc. with electromagnetic waves!
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How to train your dog?
The first step is to hold the bell close to your puppy’s nose. Once the puppy touches the bell, say “yes!” and give the puppy a treat. If needed, you can encourage the puppy to touch the bell by holding a treat behind it or dabbing some peanut butter on the bell. Repeat until your puppy readily touches the bell with his nose, always giving lots of praise and a treat. When he confidently touches the bell as soon as you present it, add a word such as “touch” or “bell.” Start to hold the bell a little farther away, so the puppy has to make a few steps to touch it.
Once your puppy has learned to touch the bell on cue, use 3M double-sided tape to stick it on the door or wall where you would like for your puppy to go out. Encourage your puppy to touch the bell, and as soon as he does, say “yes!” and treat. Repeat until your puppy readily touches the bell when you give him the cue. Reward him and give him very enthusiastic praise!
Note: Some dogs will pick up these steps more quickly than others. It may take a few hours, a few days or even a few weeks depending on your pup.
Step three is teaching your puppy to ring the bell at the right time. Approach the door with your puppy, point to the bell, and say your cue, “touch” or “bell.” The moment he touches the bell, say “yes!,” open the door, and take him outside. With repetition, your puppy will learn that when he touches the bell, you will open the door.
If your puppy begins to ring the bell just to go outside to play, you need to teach him that ringing the bell is only about potty time. When he rings the bell, clip on his leash, and take him to the place where you want him to eliminate. Give him a few minutes, and if he does his business, praise and give him a treat. If he does not, take him right back inside. Over time, your dog will learn that ringing the bells means the door will open and they can go outside to relieve themselves!