The dog selfie accessory from Season 10, was an instant winner among dog lovers. After their Kickstarter success, the Pooch Selfie sold over $300,000, all while fighting off dozens of copycats. The company has continued its success with sales reaching over $1M since their appearance on the show.
Pet Plate is the pet food subscription delivery service serving human-quality foods. The company left Season 8 without a deal after Sharks doubted the businesses’ ability to scale up. With help from outside investors, Pet Plate secured $4 million in funding and the company is now serving their human-worthy pet meals nationwide.
Another Kickstarter favorite, the Aquapaw is a wearable 2-in-1 water sprayer and bath scrubber. The company may have left the Tank without a deal but they’ve continued to grow successfully making bath times less stressful for thousands of dog owners.
The Shed Defender is the breathable spandex/polyester dog suit that keeps dogs from shedding and anxiety-free. After their appearance in Season 10 and with Lori Greiner on board, their revenues jumped to $70,000 per month and they now have over $1.7 million in sales. But the Shed Defender is in a competitive space and with competitors and copycats all around, they may have trouble continuing their success.
Wild Earth is the bio-tech company developing clean, lab-grown protein for dogs. Their koji-based dog foods have been steadily growing in popularity among vegan dogs everywhere. The company secured a deal with Mark Cuban in Season 10 and have raised a total of $12.2 million in venture capital.
Gallant is the animal biotech company betting on your dog’s future with its pet stem cell therapy. Gallant left Season 11 of Shark Tank with a $500,000 for 5% offer ($10 million valuation) from Lori Greiner and 23andMe founder, Anne Wojcicki. With backing from a series of venture capital firms, Gallant now has a total of $11 milion in funding.
Basepaws is the genetic testing company on a mission to help cat owners learn more about their cat’s breed, traits, and health. The company was successful in winning a deal in Season 10 at $250,000 for 10%, placing the company’s valuation at $2.5 million.
Himalayan Dog Chew is the all natural dog chew made of yak and cow milk, salt and lime juice. The company appeared in Season 6 of Shark Tank with over $5.6 million in sales and turned down multiple offers from the sharks before leaving. The company experienced significant growth following their appearance. At one point the company was doing $6 million in annual revenue but changes to their formula has cost them customers.
Fresh Patch had already sold $1 million of their subscription-based hydroponic, pet-potty, grass kits before their appearance in Season 6. They received an offer from Barbara and Mark – $150,000 for 20%. The deal didn’t close but they’ve since sold over $11 million in grass kits with an estimated annual revenue of $2 million.
Wondercide is the line of natural pet pest control products from Season 7. After securing a deal of $500,000 for 3% with Lori Greiner, Wondercide expanded into over 600 retail locations and today remains one of the top selling brands in its category.