Dog Collar Bells - #4 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.

These bells emit a sound that is easily heard from a distance, even in the thickest grasses or darkest night. This bell is the #4 Bell Tone, best for large dogs or hunting dogs. 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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  • 1
    Don't buy this if your dog ever ventures off the sidewalk

    Posted by Sam Slater on 14th Aug 2018

    The small pin holding the bell to the loop is just a poor design and did not work.Bell was lost on the second outing. Looks like others have had this same problem. Another problem is they do not stand behind their product. I had politely asked if they would replace the bell and they refused unless I bought another one. Very disappointing. I try and support small local companies but this just didn't work out in this case. Look else wear if you have an active dog or want a company that backs up its product with fair customer service.

  • 5
    Great for keeping track of my dog...

    Posted by snapper on 3rd Aug 2018

    This is our second bell from New England Bells and it's just what I need to keep track of my dog when we're out on our farm or in the woods. The first bell was a snap-on bell and it lasted a year but eventually she ambled through some dense brush that popped it off. The new bell is a sewn leather loop and it's a very easy on/off operation with her collar.

  • 5
    Old time quality

    Posted by Jim Catalano on 9th Jul 2018

    Number 4 dog bell stapled closure. Absolutely gorgeous leather and bell. Who says they don't make'em like the used to. Great product.

    A bit big on my beagle (I would go 2 or 3 for that sized dog). Would get another but he hates it so much he slows his pace so it wont ring so loud (laughing).

  • 5
    beautiful bells

    Posted by Unknown on 18th Jun 2018

    The #4 dog bells I received were beautiful brass and could be heard for a long distance. I would definitely recommend them to my friends!

  • 5

    Posted by on 2nd Jan 2018

    Very happy with my first New England Bells purchase! Have had my eye on them for a while, and for my first purchase, I’m very pleased. Looking forward to getting one of their heirloom bell sets! The sound is amazing!

  • 5

    Posted by Maryellen Ramstack-North Carolina Mountains on 12th Dec 2017

    Received very speedy delivery! Multiple bells, #4 and 6 with leather, one #4 hunter orange with snap plastic dog bells.....#6 bell is quite large so I will give the to my daughter and her Taylor a Step-Husky 90# dog! Our dog was a little afraid of the #4 bell, he was shaking but it did not stop him from jumping in the snow here and racing around the 150 acres, our neighborhood in the Mountains of Western Carolina! Now we can hear him as he chases by us on his daily walk! Will use the hunter orange plastic when he is in the pond and when snow is 18inches or more, will use the leather #4 when it is no too wet with snow! Bears beware!!! Thanks New England Bells

  • 5
    Excellent bell for outdoors

    Posted by ksav on 29th Nov 2017

    This is a great sounding bell. We purchased a #2 and a #4 for our golden retriever. Both sound great, although we liked the #4 a bit better as the tone is just a bit more mellow. If you are looking for a bell for your dog to wear all the time around the house, this may not be the bell for you. These bells ring so well, that the slightest movement creates a lot of bell ringing, which is great on a walk or out in the woods, but can get a bit loud and non-stop indoors.

  • 5
    Someone, please think of the foxes!

    Posted by Paula Krupin on 26th Nov 2017

    My two whippets are fast enough to take down prey, and I can't have it. To that end I bought the #4 bells with stapled leather rings. I slip them over their collars and then let them out of the car to run at will in the tall grasses. The first day the dogs were a little bothered by the bells around their necks, but they adapted quickly. By day two they were racing up and down hills, happy as clams. Foxes and coyotes are now warned, and I always know where they are when I can't see them. The bells and leather rings are top-notch, sturdy. And an added bonus is my skinny whippets now sound like heifers-- it cracks me up. :)

  • 5
    Bells on Brittanies

    Posted by Unknown on 15th Nov 2017

    I need some new bells for my Brittanies and thought would invest a little more and get something nice. They have a great tone and hunting dog version with the leather loop looks like will be covering ground for years.