DOG DOORBELLS AND WHAT THEY MEAN FOR YOUR DOG (or cat)
Pets have become such a pivotal part of human life that, in truth, we can’t imagine living without them. As such, we’ve come up with intelligent contraptions to make sure that our pets are ever closer to us and our families. Intelligent toys, sound boards and recordable buttons, homes within our homes, etcetera. The list is endless. In addition to these efforts, there stands one more that’s been all the rave in recent years: dog doorbells.
Human-canine communication has been an essential component of our relationship with our animal friends. There’s this inexplicable feeling that comes from knowing exactly what your dog wants, or from seeing that your dog is trying to communicate with you in some way. Dog doorbells have served in some capacity to facilitate that human-dog relationship that we consider precious. Let’s explain how.
WHAT IS A DOG DOORBELL AND WHAT DOES IT DO?
Most homes today have some form of doorbell installed for signaling a presence. If someone is outside the walls of a home and wants to get in, they alert the residents within the home by hitting the doorbell at the entrance. This same scenario applies for dogs, but, as you’ll come to understand, on a more profound scale.
When dogs want to get into a room or a home and are separated by a door or some barrier, they tend to instinctively do one of two things: bark continuously until they are permitted entry, or scratch at the door or obstacle. Both canine behaviors can be both uncomfortable and frustrating for their owners at any given time. That being said, this is where a doggy doorbell comes into play.
With a dog doorbell installed outside the entrance of your home, you can train your dog to simply tap or nudge the doorbell when they want to enter into the home. This not only significantly reduces or eliminates those frustrating canine behaviors, but it also helps your dog to communicate the word, “I want to come in”.
These doorbells can also be extended to other rooms in your home and can take on a variety of forms. For instance, a small doorbell installed in the bottom corner of your study’s door programmed with a “ding” instead of loud buzzes could easily alert you that your dog wants something from you while you may be working. In this scenario, you could take a deliberate pause from your work and attend to your dog, without the sudden interruptions that could normally occur without the pre-alert. Fascinating, isn’t it?
FEATURES OF THE DOG DOORBELL.
- Easy installation. The doorbell installations are easy to install and do not need complicated technical considerations.
- Very trigger simple. Your dogs do not need to depress this vehemently. A simple tap or nudge will do the trick effectively.
- Distinct programmable sounds. The doorbells can be programmed with unique sounds which can help your dog to clearly associate that ringing the bell means “I want to leave” or “ I want to enter”
- Long range
- Pet friendly
The dog doorbell is an essential tool that could make your pet happy and stimulated. Additionally, you can adapt the doorbell as a behavioral/potty training technique by training your dog to tap the doorbell whenever it wants to do its business outside or restraining its bark whenever it wants to play outside. The benefits are immense and we’re pretty sure that you’ll get the best possible experience from this little doggy tool.
Works also with cats !
- Trigger simple: Just touch or slip over the button lightly to activate, easy for smaller dog to use. Any small or big dogs can touch the activator through the nose or claw to activate the doorbell.
- Easy installation: use double-sided tape to stick it on the floor or on a wall, place anywhere you need. Increase or decrease the receiver and transmitter according to your needs.
- LONG RANGE: Operating Range is 150 m (500 Feet) in open Area. Receiver Unit is 55 Ring Tones for Your Choice. 5 Levels Adjustable Volume From 0db to 110db.
- Easy Use ( Plug and Play) Plug the Receiver into an Electrical Outlet, give users better Home experience.
- Please note the batteries are not included