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IC Pooch Wireless Treat Dispenser

IC Pooch on Shark Tank

Video Chat with Pets - Episode 628 - 3/20/2015

Seen on Shark Tank Episode 621, 3/13/2015
Video Chat with your Dog Anytime with the IC Pooch
  The I C Pooch Wireless Video Dog Chat has to be one of the coolest new inventions ever seen on the Shark Tank Show. Most people with dogs know how genuinely excited they get when you get home they can barely contain themselves. Everyone leaves the house in the morning, and all they can do is wait for the familiar voices that instantly excites them to no end. Dogs almost go into a form of depression wondering why the Family leaves them all day long, and yet just the sound of your voice instantly changes their whole demeanor. Knowing how depressed dogs get spending the day all alone patiently waiting for your return, wouldn't it be nice to check-in throughout the day and let them know you miss them as much as they miss you?

I C Pooch treat wireless treat dispenser
I C Pooch Wireless Treat Dispenser
seen on Shark Tank Episode 621
The inventor of the IC Pooch Video Dog Chat Brooke Martin was only 12 years old when she first envisioned a product to stay in touch with her Golden Retriever named Kayla while at school. The young entrepreneur attended a Start-Up Weekend Event in Spokane, Washington in 2012 when her idea easily had the most potential for becoming a full-fledged successful business. Having the idea to video chat with your dog was impressive enough, but Martin took it one step further and also envisioned a way to give her dog remotely a treat at the same time.

After receiving the full support from her peers and the help from Start-Up Weekend getting a patent for the I C Pooch devise, Brooke started a Kickstarter to turn her idea into reality. Not only is this a great way proving your concept, it's almost becoming a prerequisite getting on the Shark Tank with approximately 40% of new products in Season 6 first going the crowdfunding route.

The first Kickstarter campaign ended September 30, 2013, only raising $23,000.00 of the initial $70,000.00 goal. Because Kick Starter has an all-or-nothing clause not reaching the financial objective, all of the $23k was returned. A setback like this is enough for some entrepreneurs to question the entire concept, but Brooke quickly regrouped and launched a brand new campaign with better rewards and a more realistic goal to ensure its success.

The second Kick Starter campaign for IC Pooch successfully ended one year ago before appearing on the Shark Tank raising 50% more than the stated goal on March 4, 2014.  A few months later, Martin took the IC Pooch invention to a Shark Tank audition and easily became one of the favorite new product's the producers must have instantly seen the potential. How could any Dog owner not like a product you can talk to your Best Friend anytime you'd like?

IC Pooch reviews before the Shark Tank Appearance

The majority reviews on the IOC Pooch Video Chat is mostly positive depending on your dog's training. It might take a little training for your pup to recognize you inside a smartphone, but even if they don't, the doggie treat will at least let you see how they're doing. Another good point considering the products called the IC Pooch, does this wireless device also work with other animals like cats? I would imagine the IC Pooch will attract any animal you can entice with a treat. But for the record, there's already a review on Amazon of someone successfully using the IC Pooch specifically for her cat. The insertable dispensers hold a wide variety of treats including the All Natural Dog Cookies Brooke also sells to help further grow her brand. How could any of the Sharks say no to that?

iCPooch Internet Pet Treat Dispenser - Interactive Care for Dogs - includes sample bag of iCPooch cookies IC Pooch site
FaceBook (Over 11,000 "Likes" before Shark Tank Appearance)


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