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.
Recently, the media has focused on a paediatrician in Budapest, who once decided to take his four-legged pet Rex, a German Shepherd, with him to the surgery. It was both a success and a scandal. It was welcomed as much as it was frowned upon. However, its success is unquestionable.
Julius-K9® presents Hard Dog Race 2018
The JULIUS-K9® group shared its global intellectual property strategy with leading experts at INTA’s (International Trademark Association) 140th Annual Meeting in Seattle from May 19th to May 23rd 2018, which was attended by more than 9,000 participants from over 150 countries. The prestigious conference gave an opportunity for the participants to discuss the complexity of…
We here in Juki are very proud of our customers whom excel at what they do, pushing their respective industries forward with the help of Juki industrial sewing machine technology.
The subsidiary of Julius-K9® in Florida started a series of exhibitions in 2015, then in a family atmosphere…
The Telegraph has recently published an article about dog harnesses. We noticed that they refer to one of our articles and to our video in which we perform measurements on dogs wearing harnesses…
“Hungary is a successful sports nation” – is a sentence that’s often been spoken proudly after Olympic Games, water polo world championships and kayak-canoe European championships. Did you know that Hungary is almost unbeatable when it comes to national rankings for the number of Olympic gold medals per capita?
The aim of the study is to determine, using 3D motion capture, how the wearing of different harnesses changes the dog’s walking kinematics compared to free (unleashed) movements.