Aquapaw is a “hands-free” pet tool that makes bath time easier. It’s a one-size-fits-all strap that when worn on either hand, sprays water from the palm which allows the user to control his/her pet with both hands while getting the pooch wet and washed. The Aquapaw design reduces spraying water and speeds up bath time which is a big bonus for anxious pets. The Aquapaw is turned on and off by making a fist.
The innovative click on/click off design makes it easy to bathe your pet in the same way you would pet them with one hand, and always have the other hand to keep them under control. The two entrepreneurs behind Aquapaw, industrial designers Tom Zipprian and Daniel Lentz from San Jose, California, are pitching their pet business on Shark Tank on January 13. They have the advantage of pitching in front of dog lover Robert Herjavec.
Aquapaw also makes a Treater Treat Dispenser Mat (SEE LINK ABOVE) which suctions to walls to keep your dog busy and happy while bathing or grooming. It can also be used while training your dog. Smear some peanut butter, mashed bananas — whatever your dog likes — on the tray and then put it in the dishwasher for the next time. Both Aquapaw pet products are getting rave 5-star reviews on Amazon. New episodes of Shark Tank air Sundays at 9 pm on ABC. [Related: 27 Favorite ‘Shark Tank’ Products at Amazon — New List]