One dog owner says he can now keep tabs on his four-legged friend at all times just by checking his smartphone.
"I've been a dog owner most of my life, and we just always wondered what would happen if our dog got out. We didn't feel like there was a device out there that did everything needed to be done to protect dogs," Scott Neuberger told CNBC.
Neuberger is now the CEO of Tagg, a new tracking device he says can protect pets at all times, and also keep fido in shape.
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CNBC gave Neuberger 60 seconds to bark his big idea to a Power Pitch panel with dog training expert Andrea Arden, founder of Andrea Arden Dog Training, Wendy Diamond, Animal Fair magazine's editor-in-chief, and Rebeca Kaden, a principal at Maveron Venture Capital Firm. The segment is hosted by CNBC's Mandy Drury.
CNBC viewers also got a chance to vote during the segment. Did our audience show some puppy love for this pitch, or growl at the idea? Click the video above to see the results!