There’s a pack of dogs running to us in the dog park. One of them, a dogo argentino, has a harness with a phosphorescent “I’m deaf” sign on it. Seeing him makes you wonder what it’s like to be the owner of a deaf dog. We talked with Bori Varga about her dog Carlos who shares his silent life with a German shepherd, 2 cats and six-month-old baby.
The short-eared dog (Atelocynus microtis) was first spotted in the rainforest in the late 1800s…
The joint-friendly IDC®Longwalk dog harness, developed by a Hungarian company engaged in the manufacture of dog equipment for 20 years, has won the Red Dot Award in 2019.
The Healthy Pet Guide – to appear in the Mail on Sunday, June 2019 When it comes to our dogs, health is one of the most important issues. There are many issues we can tackle easily – when we see that our dog is in a good mood, interested, has a good appetite, we…
It is already the third anniversary of the date on which a decades-old Spanish mammoth company filed a notice of opposition against the „K9 Unit” trademark of JULIUS-K9 Zrt., registered by the European Union Intellectual Property Office, claiming there was a likelihood of confusion with a former Spanish figurative mark containing the word „unit”.
The joint-friendly IDC®Longwalk – Guard Your Joints dog harness, developed by a Hungarian company engaged in the manufacture of dog equipment for 20 years, has won the Red Dot Award in 2019. JULIUS-K9® has won the “red dot” of the Design Zentrum in Essen, one of the most respected design awards in the world.
Abigail is a vibrant, full of life, witty and beautiful little six year old girl, who wants nothing more than to fight the “bad guys” inside of her, the cancer. Madison Sperry gave her own police dog, K9 Quelle to Abigail, to help her fight the disease. This touching story, which proves that we can draw a lot from the company of dogs in difficult times, has reached the JULIUS-K9® team as well.
The coolest thing for today! Recently, the American Postal Service (USPS) has issued a new collection of stamps in the honour of military dogs. The collection features the breeds most popular in the armed forces, German Shepherd, Labrador Retriever, Malinois and Dutch Shepherd. Hats off! Source: USPS
The Hungarian Julius-K9® brand, renowned by dog owners for its quality and unique solutions, may well be called the BMW of dog harnesses. The revenue of this business that started out in a garage now exceeds Ft5 billion (€15.8 million). Its dog equipment is sold in virtually every country, and it is a supplier to the US Army.
The diverse support system of Julius-K9® is reflected strongly within dog circles, but the company has proven time to time that it can lend a helping hand in many fields of animal protection.