Dog owners know that fireworks and other loud noises can stress out their pups. Kirsten Brand’s company, Pawnix, offers a solution. These doggy headphone helmets feature active noise cancellation and Bluetooth speakers to help keep dogs calm. Will the sharks see the value in these cute headpieces during the
Shark Tank Pawnix Update
- Entrepreneur: Kirsten Brand
- Business: Noise-cancelling headphones for nervous dogs
- Ask: $150,000 for 10% equity
- Result: No deal
- Shark: None
When Pawnix came into
First, the sharks loved how cute the helmet was. They also thought Kirsten’s sales were impressive, all things considered. However, they seemed less than enthusiastic about the product itself.
Robert Herjavec loved dogs but not the high price point. The Pawnix headphones sold for about $200, which was too much for him. He also thought the market was too niche, so he went out. Lori Greiner followed because she wasn’t sure they needed all of the electronic components, and she agreed with Robert about the high price point.
Meanwhile, Daymond John thought it would be challenging to explain. It wasn’t for him, so he went out. Mark Cuban, likewise, just wasn’t excited about the product. He went out, too. Kevin O’Leary was the last shark on deck. However, he didn’t think he wanted dog headphones in his portfolio and dropped out. Where is the company now? Find out in our Pawnix update.
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