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Dog Clothing Company to Appear on ‘Shark Tank’

The firm makes matching apparel for dogs and their owners.

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Dog Threads sells items such as sweaters, T-shirts and plaid shirts for dogs and their owners. Source: Facebook.com/dogthreads

Dog Threads, a company that makes matching clothing for dogs and their owners, will appear on ABC’s “Shark Tank.”

You can see Scott and Gina Davis, founders of the Wayzata, MN-based firm, make their pitch to investors on Nov. 10, Bring Me the News reports.

The company sells items such as sweaters, T-shirts and plaid shirts.

The idea for Dog Threads came in 2014, when the couple were “looking for a festive party shirt for our fur baby, Thomas, to wear to our annual 4th of July barbecue,” according to the company’s website.

“We looked everywhere but could not find an outfit that matched his human-like personality or that was made with the quality he deserved.”

They made their own Hawaiian shirt for Thomas, and before long, they had created an impressive wardrobe for their dog. The clothing attracted attention, and they launched an online store and an Instagram account on Black Friday of the same year.

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