Dog Collar Bells - #1 Bell

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Product Overview

 NEW STYLE CHOICES! You spoke and we listened. We are now offering our dog collar bells in 2 styles.


1) For the working/hunting dogs or dogs that run in thick, wooden areas, we have brought back our leather, permanently stapled closure. You'll need to take off the dogs collar each time you want to put the bell on. It is designed to not come apart.


2) For the recreational dog, we have with 1” weather resistant, low maintenance, easy to clean, Brahma Webb material, available in Black, Red or Hunter Orange. It has heavy duty snap for you to quickly attach to your dogs collar or harness.


This bell is the #1 Bell Tone, smallest bell with the softest tone. The loop will snap over collars up to 1 1/2 inches wide.


**Also fits on horse halters, cow and goat collars, belts and even kids!**


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  • 5
    #1 is a great bell for puppy

    Posted by David Kula on 16th Sep 2020

    I bought a #1 bell with the closed leather loop for my pointer puppy. She is 10 weeks old and the #1 is the right size. The quality is very high. It's too much for inside the house, but I put it on her collar when playing in the yard to get her accustomed to wearing a bell. Nice sound and not too loud. Helps us stay aware of where she is in the yard when off leash. I think this size is not loud enough to hear very far in thick cover, but that's not what I bought it for. Will buy a bigger bell from NE Bells when she's ready to hunt next season.

  • 4
    Great bells, don't love the attachment loops

    Posted by Bert on 19th May 2020

    The bells are great, the snap on rubber and leather loops that attach to the collar are bulky and heavy for a smaller dog. I wish they could make a bell that had a clip built into it like the round clip on collar lights you can get. I think I'm gonna remove the loops and either use a key chain loop or a small clip if I can find one to attach the bell to my pups collar loop. We go for long bike rides and saving weight is big for my dog.

  • 2
    Bear Bell for Dog collar

    Posted by Robert Cloud on 27th Apr 2020

    The brass bell is very nice but the casting is too thick and bell ring is almost nonexistent. Would do better with a tin bell (like a sleigh bell) that makes an audible ring.

  • 3

    Posted by Todd on 11th Mar 2020

    #1 dog collar bell is a high quality bell.

    The orange strap seems durable.

    The snap closure on the strap isn’t snug enough for me to trust it for my use (6 month old 35 # dog playing in the yard with another 35# dog). Very light pressure unhooks it.

    I took the orange strap off (Remove a pin and it slides off) and put a standard split key ring on the bell. When I want the bell on the dog I unhook the dog’s collar, run it through the split ring and reattach it on the dog.

  • 5
    excellent quality and sound

    Posted by candace on 7th Mar 2018

    We have the 1,2,4 and 6 bell. It’s like music in the woods and makes it easy for me to know which dog is where when you don’t always have a visual
    They are beautiful quality bells. Ordering is easy, any questions I’ve had were always addressed quickly and fast shipping
    5 stars for the bells and customer service!!

  • 5

    Posted by michael johnson on 4th Dec 2017

    Good value for a quality product

  • 4
    Small Bells

    Posted by Paul Piazza on 2nd Jun 2017

    I am happy with the bells BUT I should have ordered the larger ones ! These small bells are hard to hear with the wind blowing !

  • 5
    Could be smaller

    Posted by Bdaddy on 10th May 2017

    We have a 12lb Teddy Bear, bell is big (size #1) but he doesn't mind it. Good purchase for us to hear him when outside.

  • 5
    attachable bells for dog collar

    Posted by Unknown on 21st Oct 2016

    Gee, what can you say about bells. It sounds like my 66lb husky/Shepard mix is part of some holiday sleigh pack. Nice resonant tintinnabulation. It snaps firmly into place around her collar and doesn't come off. She escapes frequently and this helped us hear when she was hunting for rabbits and chipmunks in woods behind our house. We now call her Tinkerbell the rabbit killer. We hoped it would give the other animals a fighting chance, but that remains to be seen...