But now, the anchor team is diving into the waters. George Stephanopoulos jumped in first, pitching "Dad-tionary," an app to help keep dads up to date on the latest lingo. Click here to see how he fared with the panel. The sharks, Mark Cuban, Barbara Corcoran, Daymond John, Kevin O'Leary, and Lori Greiner, held nothing back.
Next up, Amy Robach.
Amy's Pitch: ' Paw PitStop' Mat
Robach, a self-described "dog lover and clean freak," pitched the Paw PitStop mat that promises to clean a dog's paws quickly, painlessly and with no mess.
"There's nothing I hate more than coming in from a lovely walk with my dog - and watching him spread the streets of New York City around my house," she said to the panel. "It normally takes tedious scrubbing to get paws so squeaky clean! I've come up with the Paw PitStop mat - the easy, eco-friendly way to stop dirty paw prints at the door."
How It Works
Each of the disposable mats comes with a set of anti-bacterial, disposable sheets. Give your dog about 30 seconds to romp around on the mat and those paws will be fresh and clean. The Paw Pads contain an antibacterial and hypoallergenic solution that will clean and disinfect the dog's paws totally painlessly. After each use, it's an easy tear and toss since the sheets are biodegradable.
Watch the clip above to see if Amy sinks or swims with the sharks, and stayed tuned to "GMA" to see what Robin Roberts, Lara Spencer and Ginger Zee pitch. Viewers will get to vote for their favorite product on GoodMorningAmerica.com.
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