This week’s Shark Tank features PupBox, an all-you-need box for any aspiring puppy owner that helps guide you through the process of dog-ownership, with a few treats thrown in.
The PupBox costs from $29 a month if you pay for a full year in advance, with one of the boxes arriving in the mail every four weeks.
How does the PupBox work? Each box contains a number of different items, including training guides, treats, toys, accessories and chews.
Basically it’s meant to have everything you need to help you raise your puppy into a happy healthy dog.
Founders Ben and Ariel Zvaifler appeared on Shark Tank to try and secure investment for their business — and brought in lots of puppies to help seal the deal. Watch the clip below.
Once you’ve got your subscription up and running, you can also start re-ordering the specific toys and treats that your dog likes.
And as your puppy grows, your box changes with it — providing different things at different stages of its life.
A single PupBox will set you back $39, but the more months you sign up for the cheaper the PupBox becomes.
Join for three months and it costs $34 a month, for six months at $32 month, and for a year at $29 a month.
You can sign up for Pupbox via their website.
Shark Tank airs Fridays at 9/8c on ABC.
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