Arsy Khodabandelou created a unique pet safety and rescue service that is designed to protect pets from suffering in rare circumstances where the owner may become unable to take care of their pet. Will he earn a deal on
Shark Tank Woof Update
- Entrepreneurs: Arsy Khodabandelou
- Business: Pet safety & rescue app
- Ask: $100,000 for 10% equity
- Result: No deal
- Sharks: None
Arsy brought his pet safety app, Woof to
In those instances, a trigger alert is sent out to the Woof network, and a wellness check is initiated on the pet in question. While this may sound a bit extreme, Arsy told the sharks that most of his subscribers simply like having the peace of mind that their pets will be taken care of in an emergency.
The service costs either $2.99 per month or $30 per year for customers to subscribe. Arsy told the sharks that he had spent $2,500 on marketing and had just over 100 paid subscriptions.
Daymond John and Robert Herjavec didn’t believe the company was investable in its current state, so they both dropped out without making offers. Lori Greiner, Kevin O’Leary, and Mark Cuban also all dropped out without making an offer.
Without a deal, but what happened next? Keep reading our Woof update to find out!
We have great news to report in our Woof update! The company is still in business and things seem to be going well for Arsy. In the days immediately following Woof’s debut on
We’ve reached out to Arsy for a more detailed Woof update and will let you know what we find out. To subscribe, you can sign up on the Woof website.
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