Knock, knock ... Who's there? If you have an outdoor pet and you're tired of the scratches on the door or the barking and whining that precede reentry, you may want to think about getting a doggie doorbell. Just look at that face...!
The Pet Chime is a wireless doorbell that includes a receiver chime unit (for you) and a paw-shaped remote control transmitter (for Rover). The remote paw, which works up to 100 feet from the receiver, is weather resistant and transmits the signal with the slightest touch of a nose or paw. Each receiver chime can operate with multiple remotes so buying an additional paws for the inside, for potty alerts, is possible.
Is anyone using one of these systems? We think it's a good idea, especially if the idea of a doggie or cat door makes you uncomfortable. We just wonder how easy it is to train our furry pals to use the bell. And, once they know how to use it, will they take advantage at, say, three in the morning for a little snack and rub down?
Pet Chime Doggie Doorbell at Comfort House, $24.99
Additional Paw Remote, $16.50
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