This small nickel cowbell is made for close working gun dogs such as spaniels, flushers, retrievers and versatile dogs. It can also be used for a softer sounding bell on pointers or if you need to distinguish between dogs within a pack of hounds by buying a unique size for each dog. An inexpensive way to track the location of your dog without spending hundreds of dollars on GPS tracking or beeper locator collars. Buy two for each dog to make sure that you have a backup in case one is lost or misplaced. The bell is 1 ¼ in. wide x 1 in. tall and comes with a 3 in. long looped black nylon strap that slips right through your dogs collar.
Hunter Orange Strap, Brass Bells, Snap Closure
Hound Dogs: A large dog collar cow bell with big sound to help differentiate a specific dog from the rest of your pack! Also includes nylon strap that will fit over your tracking collars!
Red Strap, Brass Bell, Snap Closure.
Gun Dog: A medium sized hunting dog collar cow bell great for those moderate to close ranging gun dogs! Comes with nylon strap that easily slides over any collar!
Dog Collar Bells - #2 Bell - New England Bells
This is my second dog collar New England Bell. I have the number 2 bell and wanted to get one with a different ring so that I could easily tell were each dog was. Lower ring than the #2 so all's good!
Really well made in the USA.Track your dog in the field without the expense of a GPS unit with this Handmade Canadian Hunting Dog Cowbell Small. Swiss-style construction in steel, with a large opening to maximize the carriage of the sound. Perfect for flushers, spaniels, retrievers, versatile dogs and closer-ranging pointers. You simply follow the sound of the bell with your ears while the dog is running to have a general idea of his location, then when the bell stops you know where he is on point. The loop on the bell can slip through a ¾ in. collar, or you can purchase a bell snap to attach the bell to any size collar. Available in numbers 0, 1 and 2. The smaller the number, the smaller the bell and higher the pitch.Wondering what you all think about putting a bell on my dogs collar. The purpose being to help my cats locate her in the yard and pasture so they can avoid surprises! Also for up in the woods to alert deer and such and for me to help keep track of her when she's out of my sight. I have one that I tried but it might be too big/loud because she kept trying to get to it - she can touch it with her chin. With all of the new things I'm learning about dogs I guess I'm afraid to take anything for granted and want to avoid unintended consequences. Does anyone else use a bell? Or had any problems with it?Gun Dog: A small cow bell with a soft sound. Perfect for those close ranging dogs and for those of us who just like a quieter bell. Complete with a nylon strap that slips easily over your hunting dog's collar.