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Paws2Go Smart Potty Bell Review + Giveaway

Paws2Go Smart Potty Bell Review + Giveaway

I love my potty bells. They were a game-changing tool in getting Matilda potty trained.

But they’re annoying. Especially when she crashes into them ten times because I’m not getting up fast enough. And at night, the clattering bells wake up my family members. They’re kind of an earsore.

That’s why I was so excited to hear about Paws2Go… and I know you’re going to love it too.

Little Dog Tips has received a product and compensation for creating content about Paws2Go, all opinions are our own. We only feature products we absolutely love and recommend.

Paws2Go is an electronic, smart potty bell system. When your dog presses the button, it lights up, plays back your recorded message, AND…


It’s crazy. Now your dog can “text” you when she needs to go out.

What Exactly IS Paws2Go?

When you order Paws2Go, you get the button, already loaded with 3AAA batteries and ready to set up. Turn the button over, remove the little plastic tab, and press the red button to record your message.

I went with “Let’s go outside!” because my dogs know what that means. So, if Matilda presses the button, it will summon Cow. You can re-record as many times as you want. You can even record your old-fashioned potty bells in the beginning to help your dog get the concept, or if you ever miss that noise.

You can also download the Paws2Go app (it’s FREE!) and synchronize the button with your phone over Bluetooth. Then, every time your dog presses the button, you’ll get a notification on your phone as long as you’re in range (100 meters or 300 feet). Our button is downstairs and I get notifications upstairs.

The Most Little-Friendly Smart Potty Bell!

When researching electronic potty bells to feature here on Little Dog Tips, a common complaint in reviews was that small dogs were not strong or heavy enough to set off most buttons. 

Reese, the inspiration for Paws2Go

was concerned because Matilda, at 5 pounds, is very light on her feet. I didn’t think she would be able to make Paws2Go work. 

So, I was pleasantly surprised when she got it right away. 

As it turns out, Paws2Go was created with the inventor’s small dog, Reese, in mind. 

Paws2Go doesn’t have a mechanical push-down button functionality, it’s more like a touchpad. But it won’t go off randomly because it has a <1 second timer – so your dog has to give it a deliberate touch to make it go off. 

I’m finding the touchpad to work fabulously. It goes off when it should, but it’s not overly sensitive. 

Other Notable Features

The blue lights are not easy to see in my videos because I recorded in a bright room, but I love that both the lights and buttons are blue. Dogs are red-green colorblind, so blue is very easy for them to see. That’s why so many toys, agility courses and gadgets for dogs are blue.

The AAA batteries can last up to a year, and I kind of love that this uses common, easy to find batteries. 

Lastly, I’m glad that you don’t have to mount it, unless you want to. You can just set it on the floor. 

Who Would I Recommend Get Paws2Go?

If your dog is already potty bell trained, it will only take a few days for her to understand that Paws2Go has replaced it.

If your dog is not yet potty bell trained, you can start with Paws2Go, and you might notice fewer accidents once she realizes how easy it is to communicate with you, even if you’re not closeby. 

I would also recommend Paws2Go for deaf dog parents – both people with hearing loss who have dogs, and people who have deaf dogs. The blue lights and text notification seem like they would be super helpful for either. 

Get Your Own Paws2Go!

The regular price for Paws2Go is only $49.99, and for the holidays it’s on sale for $39.99. Snatch it up!

If you’re willing to wait and try your luck, we’re hosting a giveaway – one lucky winner will get their own Paws2Go! Must be 18+ with a mailing address in the USA to enter.

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Lindsay Pevny
Lindsay Pevny lives to help pet parents make the very best choices for their pets by providing actionable, science-based training and care tips and insightful pet product reviews.

She also uses her pet copywriting business to make sure the best pet products and services get found online through catchy copy and fun, informative blog posts. She also provides product description writing services for ecommerce companies.

As a dog mom to Matilda and Cow, she spends most of her days taking long walks and practicing new tricks, and most nights trying to make the best of a very modest portion of her bed.

You'll also find her baking bread and making homemade pizza, laughing, painting and shopping.

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Rachel Hazan

Tuesday 5th of February 2019

This is amazing doggy technology, what will the world think of next??? My dog texts me when it's time to go potty??? LOL

Brian Bishop

Sunday 13th of January 2019

This would be really awesome for my three bulldogs!

Cassandra D

Friday 4th of January 2019

I like Paws2Go. I would use it as a rewards tool.

Sherri Poston

Friday 4th of January 2019

I love this! My corgi needs a few reminders on letting me know, when I'm not in the room, that she's ready to go out. I think this is the perfect solutions!

Lindsay Henige

Friday 4th of January 2019

Cool idea!

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