‘Crazy Dog Lady’ has Dragons BARKING for a deal! | Dragons’ Den – BBC

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    This self described ‘crazy dog lady’ has more business skills than she realises.

    Braving the heat of the Den tonight are a beauty entrepreneur with her range of affordable yet luxury waterless face oils, and a Northumbrian inventor whose nifty construction bracket has endless possibilities. A tech entrepreneur is put through her paces when she showcases a fitness app aimed solely at women, and a Scottish dog lover with a range of natural doggie treats hopes the Dragons will throw her a financial bone.

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