My dog keeps chewing and playing with the Tell Bell?
Tell your dog, “no chew” or “no play” when you see him doing this type of behavior to the Tell Bell. You do not want to scare him from the Tell Bell, yet you don’t want him to chew or play with it. After removing him from the Tell Bell and saying, “no chew” or “no play”, then give him a bone or toy that he is permitted to have. 12. My dog still has accidents in the house, yet is ringing the Tell Bell independently some of the time. It is imperative that you remove any odor left from the dog exterminating in the past. Not doing so, will only confuse your dog, because they have great noses. You can limit the accidents by keeping a close eye on your dog. Additionally, do not let your dog roam your home independently; rather keep him in a safe area where you spend the majority of your time. Make sure you have a safe indoor area that belongs strictly to your dog. This area can be a crate, a small room or a dogs playpen. This will give you a place to keep your dog when you are unable to watc