- Shark Tank US (Net worth Update)iCPooch

iCPooch is a video chat and WiFi pet treat dispenser. This was founded by Brooke Martin and James Pelland in 2012. iCPooch’s net worth was $750,000 at the time of their pitch in 2015 based on the $150,000 offer for 20% of the equity of the company. 

They appeared on Season 06 of Shark Tank USA in 2015. But the Sharks were not interested in investing in iCPooch.

Brook and James had to leave Shark Tank without securing any deal for iCPooch. Nevertheless, the appearance on the show gave more visibility to the company. After its pitch on the show, iCPooch continued business. However, iCPooch had to cease operations in 2017. As of November 2023, iCPooch is no longer available in the market.

iCPooch Net Worth

Net worth$750,000 (2015)
Annual Sales Revenue$525,000 (2014)
Lifetime sales
FoundersBrooke Martin and James Pelland

iCPooch Net Worth Timeline

Net Worth 2023Out of business
Net Worth 2022Out of business 
Net Worth 2021Out of business
Net Worth 2020Out of business
Net worth valuation in 2015 before appearing on Shark Tank  $750,000 (business valuation)

iCPooch Pitch on Shark Tank

Company nameiCPooch
ProductA video chat and WiFi pet treat dispenser
EpisodeSeason 06 Episode 23
FoundersBrooke Martin and James Pelland
Asked for$150,000 for 20% equity
Final dealNo deal 
Shark No shark
LocationSeattle, Washington

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iCPooch Founders

iCPooch was founded by Brooke Martin and James Pelland in 2012. Brooke is a talented individual with gifted entrepreneurial skills. Brooke was only 13 years old when she initially came up with the idea of iCPooch. Brooke could develop her ideas with the help of her father, Chris Martin. Later on, James Pelland who has years of experience in sales and marketing industries joined the team, eventually leading iCPooch into a successful business. iCPooch’s founders, Brooke Martin, and James Pelland’s net worth is unknown as of 2023.

Key accomplishments

2013iCPooch carried out its first Kickstarter campaign 
2015iCPooch got featured on Shark Tank


Some companies that appear on the show have not achieved great success, and the iCPooch was one of them. Sometimes businesses don’t succeed because of many reasons. Sometimes, the deal falls through after the founders say yes on camera. Or, as you’ll see, sometimes things happen to the founders themselves, and they choose to abandon the business. Anything is possible. However,  iCPooch went out of business in 2017. And the product is no longer available in the market.

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