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!**
Well Made and Just Loud Enough
I bought this bell in hopes that it won't clog up with snow this winter. My dog doesn't like her beeper collar. The sounds it makes are either too loud or too distracting. I have a 32 pound young female Brittany and this bell is perfect for her. The leather strap is thick and held together by rugged hardware. I don't think it will come apart in the field any time soon. I I've used it in the fields and woods, and the volume of the bell is good over her normal range even in thick cover. Can't wait to try it in the snow.
Love this bell!
We bought one of these bells at Zeb's in North Conway a few years ago mostly as a novelty item because the sound is so relaxing. Little did we know how much it would help keep track of our dog when hiking or walking in the woods! Recently, our dog managed to lose the bell in the woods (our dog returned to to us as we heard the bell in the distance - some happy squirrel is now wearing it). I was so happy when I found your website and was able to order a replacement online! Love this bell. And, thank you for shipping it so quickly.
Lovely bell, beautifully made and sound carries. It’s a nice ringing vs one that drives you mad or hurts your ears. I love that I can alert everyone around that we are approaching in a non aggressive way.
Dog collar bell size #2
I recently contacted the shop for help with deciding which bell(s) to get for my Labradors collar. I believe it was Sandy that answered and helped me. She helped decide which bell size to go and even "rang" them over the phone for me to give me an idea of the tone of each. She even suggested two of the size #2 for Louie's collar. I placed the order Thursday night, just a few days before Christmas and still had them by Christmas Eve day. I have got many compliments on them since. The snap very securely over his collar and seem to be of excellent quality. I love the sound they make as well. Thank you New England Bells!
Very well constructed. Superior quality plan on buying more
#4 dog collar bell
The bell is very carefully and solidly made. First I thought the size and weight might be too much for our small boned Australian cattle dog, but that was not the case and it works just fine. Ordering was a breeze, too -- no button pushing or endless time on hold as Sandy, a real human being, picked up immediately and handled the whole order. That makes a big difference. Thanks.
The quality and sound are fabulous
Listen to your Dog!
Quinebaug's Rocket Van Mauser wears his #4 bell proudly for all of his upland hunting forays since his first "professional" outing in early 2016. He loves the way his hunting companion never becomes weary of the pleasant sound which carries quite a distance through leafy autumn woods, brush thickets and tall grass. Unaffected by charging through deep snow, his partner never loses his location and direction. The New England Bell is rugged, like Mauser, with it's improved attachment system and tough leather loop. He won't use any other bell. In addition to his utilitarian approach to hunting implements, Mauser has an eye for old-school fashion.
Great for deer season!
I bought this bell about a week ago and put it on my golden retriever puppy named Bruno. At first he was a little confused and didn't like the bell sound, but after a couple days he got used to it. Deer season is right around the corner where I live; and bruno looks a lot like another four legged brown furry animal that runs around in the woods, so I don't want him to get shot buy another hunter. It is also great when I am skunk hunting at night and I cant see him. It is also good to be able to hear him from away in thick brush if he is tracking a wounded deer. The number 4 Bell very loud. I can hear him from about 300 yards away if there is no wind rustling the tree leaves. The one thing I wish New England bells made was a matching dog collar with a brass nameplate and brass buckle. The leather and staples are very tough, and the bell is built like a tank. I would highly recommend this product over any other dog bell on the market!
Don't buy this if your dog ever ventures off the sidewalk
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.