Dog News, Events & Dog Care Advice
- 19 May 2021
The Julius K9 IDC® Front Control Y Belt is an attachable chest pad for the IDC® Powerharness.It easily fits to the front of the harness for extra comfort and safety, and also has a D-Ring which allows front leash attachment.
- 05 May 2021
The IDC® Powerharness is the newer, upgraded, version of our original K9-Powerharness®. Through research and development, the IDC® Powerharness has been designed to be more comfortable, offer improved security and safety, and allow more attachments like safety lights and saddle bags.
- 21 Apr 2021
Make even greater savings on our new low cost IDC® Comfort Harness with this limited time sale!
The IDC® Comfort Harness is the latest dog harness in our IDC® collection. It’s a simplified version of our popular IDC® Powerharness that’s been designed to be worn for short walks while offering great value and comfort for your dog.
- Comfortable and lightweight
- Suitable for shorter walks
- No comprise on safety
- Comes with dog badge 'stay safe walk safe'. Custom dog labels and pre-printed patches available
Choosing a harness that has the best lead attachment for your dog depends on your walking needs and how well trained your dog is on leash.
Dog harnesses come in three types of lead attachment:
- Front leash attachment
- Back leash attachment
- Duel-clip front and back attachment
Here at Julius K9 all of our leads have back leash attachment, but with our IDC® Control Y Belt With Front D-Ring attachment you can turn any of our IDC® Powerharness products into a Front leash or Duel-clip harness.
Below we breakdown the benefits and potential draw backs of each leash attachment type.
Back Lead Harnesses
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- 01 Apr 2021Categories: Dogs Laws & News
2020 was the worst year for dog thefts in the UK and has continued to be a huge problem in 2021, with an estimated 250% increase in dognappings nationwide. Dogs have been stolen from outside shops, robbed from owners at knife point, but are most commonly taken from people’s gardens. More sophisticated criminals have even posed as RSPCA officers.
It’s an unsettling reality for dog owners across the country. Below we have advice on how you can best protect your dog from being stolen, and what you need to do if thieves do take your dog.
- Categories: Julius-K9 News
For all those wondering what happened to our Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/JK9UK/) it was removed without warning or explanation by Facebook.
We have been in contact with Facebook over the last few weeks about why they removed our official UK page but they were unable to give us an answer. We were simply told that the page “must have violated Facebook policy”. When we asked for more details on how our page could have violated policy, they couldn’t tell us, or explain in anyway why the page was deleted.
This is extremely frustrating. We have only ever shared blog posts, interacted with customers, and promoted sales and special offers on our page. We have literally no idea how anything we have ever posted could have violated any Facebook policies. Again, they offered us zero warning about this removal, didn’t even inform us it was removed, and couldn’t provide a single reason why it was removed.
- 17 Mar 2021
It is recommended that you hand wash all of our harnesses. In this quick guide we breakdown the best methods of keeping your official JULIUS-K9® dog harness clean and fresh.
Basic washing instructions:
- Hand wash only
- Do not bleach
- Do not iron
- Do not dry clean
- Do not tumble dry
Hand wash cleaning guide:
- Use a warm, damp cloth to wipe off excess mud.
- Remove all the hook-and-loop labels from the side of the harness. These should be cleaned separately with a warm damp cloth as tough brushes can scrub off the lettering. This will also allow you to wash away any fur and grim built up on the fasteners.
- Fill your sink or a tub full of hot water and give the harness a good soaking.
- Using a brush and washing up liquid start scrubbing away
- 22 Feb 2021Categories: Dog Health & Care
A well fitted dog collar is important for your dog’s safety and comfort. If the collar is too tight this will cause discomfort which can provoke uncharacteristic behaviour, and can even restrict breathing.
If the collar is too loose then this can be equally dangerous. It can slip into unsuitable positions around the neck and can choke when the leash is pulled. A loose collar can also easily snag on branches or other obstacles if you let your dog off-lead.
Finding The Right Size
Measuring and fitting a collar correctly is easy when you know how. Simply Measure, Add, and think Safety.
- Measure: Use a cloth measuring tape and measure your dog’s neck circumference. Make sure the tape is snug but not tight to be sure of a correct measurement.
- Add: Add two inches to the measurement for the best collar size.
- 08 Feb 2021
Apply discount code 15FEB21 when in the checkout on JULIUS-K9® UK and get a huge 15% off any dog harnesses sold on our site. Offer ends February 28th 2021.
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