Wayzata-based Dog Threads Strikes a Deal on ‘Shark Tank’

by | Apr 2020

The owners of Dog Threads on "Shark Tank"

Photo: Sony Pictures

Owners Gina and Scott Davis made a deal with star Mark Cuban.

Wayzata-based company Dog Threads, which produces matching apparel for dogs and their humans, visited the hit ABC investment reality show Shark Tank in late 2019, and walked away with a happy ending. Owners Gina and Scott Davis made a deal with star Mark Cuban (“the famous investor who was not likely to be won over by a light-hearted pet apparel business,” says Dog Threads’ Electra Frank).

Dog Wearing Sweater from Dog Threads

Photo: Dog Threads

Scott and Gina Davis say, “We feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to not only pitch our business on Shark Tank but to have secured a deal with Mark Cuban. The support from our local community has been incredible and we look forward to growing our company in Minnesota.”

The fun and funny episode (which included as many pups as humans) aired in November. To check out Shark Tank, visit abc.com.


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