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Coton De Tulear

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Weight
12 - 15 lbs
Height
10 - 12 inches
Color(s)
White or white and black. White is preferred.
Overview
The Coton originated in the island of Madagascar in the early 20th century. They are still considered to be a rare breed in the United States, where there are only perhaps 5,000 total. The American Kennel Club does not yet recognize the Coton, and as such, there is no uniform standard.
Character
The Coton de Tulear is an adaptable and boisterous companion. They thrive on being an integral part of the family, and do not like to be left alone for an extended length of time. They are content to be on your lap or at your feet, but are also instantly ready for play or a ride in the car.
Temperament
The Coton de Tulear is alert and territorial. They form strong attachments to both Master and family. They will alert to danger by barking, but only when it is necessary. They are extremely intelligent and love all of the attention they can get. The Coton is very social and enjoys outings and experiences. They get along well with other pets and children.
Care
The Coton requires frequent brushing and combing to keep the coat free of matting. Special attention must be given to the undercoat. They may also be given a cropped cut. This breed has no significant genetic diseases built into it due to its rarity. Breeders have been very careful to keep the Coton line pure.
Coat
Coton is French for cotton. Hence, this breeds coat is fluffy and cottony, not silky. There is a long topcoat that is dry, dirt shedding, and non-oily. Most but not all Cotons will have a fine, thin, downy undercoat.
Training
The Coton de Tulear is bright and intelligent, but may be slow to mature. They may be difficult to housebreak. They do well with early socialization and obedience training. They require firm, consistent, and loving direction and do very well with a lot of praise and direction.
Activity
This breed is an indoor companion. They do not require high levels of exercise, but do need a short walk every day. They also appreciate play sessions as often as possible. They adjust and adapt well to apartment, condo, and urban living. They have the capability and endurance for long hikes.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of Coton De Tulear puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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Featured Coton De Tulear Breeder

Shannira Kennels
Member Since: July 2005
Location: Muskegon, Michigan
I have Coton De Tulear puppies for sale! See My Profile
Shannira Kennels breeds Coton De Tulear's and Mi-Ki puppies... They are both great breeds and I love them both.. Mi-Ki's are a tiny breed and come in many colors... Cotons are small and come mostly white in color.You can find color but can't show them... They are both great family pets..

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Anonymous asked:

2/5/2013 3:47:45 PM

2/5/2013 3:47:45 PM

what would the puppies look like if I mixed a minicher pincher with a French cotton detulear

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Anonymous

black and tan but curly
2/5/2013 8:20:37 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/23/2012 8:11:45 AM

12/23/2012 8:11:45 AM

do coton de tulear shed

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Anonymous

No...I have 2 cotton's and neither one of them shed...they are also hypoallergenic for allergy sufferers. Wonderful dogs!
3/19/2013 12:30:14 PM

Anonymous

No, you might find little puffs of hair laying around but you can just pick it up and throw it away
6/2/2014 2:57:10 PM

Anonymous

Contons do shed, but not like a regular dog. They shed like we humans do. Cotons have hair, not fur... You will brush most loose hair that comes out. You will need to brush them regularly, like you do your own...as to prevent knots and matting. But, no, they do not shed like regular dogs because they do not have fur.
1/5/2015 12:15:05 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/17/2012 7:41:29 PM

12/17/2012 7:41:29 PM

Does the Coton De Tulear breed grow more than 15 pounds ? Does the Coton De Tulear breed grow more than 15 pounds?

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Anonymous

Yes! There is an offspring of the breed, the tall coton, which is larger and taller which can grow to 18 to 20 pounds. My baby girl is 21 lbs on a good day and can get up to 24 if allowed to overeat.
12/19/2012 12:34:28 AM

Anonymous

The Coton ranges in weight from 8 lbs - 15 lbs. But we have one that loves to eat and she weighs almost 20 lbs.
8/1/2014 2:06:28 PM

Anonymous

Have known personally Cotons that have gotten up to 18lbs. But, the average is usually about 12-13lbs.
1/5/2015 12:16:08 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/15/2012 11:09:14 PM

12/15/2012 11:09:14 PM

Shedding Do Coton De Tulear's shed hair?

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Anonymous

Coton's do not shed. I have had 2 cotons for over 7 years with no shedding problems.
3/19/2013 12:33:46 PM

Anonymous asked:

11/23/2012 7:35:16 PM

11/23/2012 7:35:16 PM

shed Do coton's shed?

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Anonymous

Not really. You can expect occasional long hairs on your clothing bit not the typical dog shedding. During the change of seasons, you may see "coton" balls as the fluffy undercoat thins for the hot summer.
12/19/2012 12:38:42 AM

Anonymous asked:

8/30/2012 2:39:50 PM

8/30/2012 2:39:50 PM

I am thinking of adopting a young adult, male "long-legged" Coton. I have not seen the dog in... I am thinking of adopting a young adult, male "long-legged" Coton. I have not seen the dog in person as yet, but I have take care of a friend's Coton so I'm quite familiar with and love them. I am told this Coton weighs 25 lbs. (not overweight looking in photos). Is that possible, or is it likely mixed with another breed? He looks like my friend's pure bred Coton in photos.

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Anonymous

We have a male Coton who is 8 years old. He ways 27 pounds which is heavy for the breed but in no way would I say he is out of shape. He was the largest of the litter and is tall and long.
11/6/2012 6:16:10 PM

Anonymous asked:

8/23/2012 1:33:20 PM

8/23/2012 1:33:20 PM

I am looking to get a Coton, I currently own a Bichon Frise and I am wondering if Cotons are as... I am looking to get a Coton, I currently own a Bichon Frise and I am wondering if Cotons are as hard to keep white as the Bichons are?

3 Comments

Anonymous

yes,mainly around there eyes.
11/16/2012 7:27:32 PM

Anonymous

Give your dog bottled spring water and the eye stain virtually disappears!
12/19/2012 12:35:44 AM

Anonymous

I have a white coton and a black and white coton. The white one stains around the eyes when I don't use Angel Eyes; however, the rest of him stays white with routine grooming with the use of whitening shampoo. I do not have a problem with eye-staining with my black and white coton.
3/19/2013 12:41:52 PM

Anonymous asked:

5/5/2012 4:07:00 PM

5/5/2012 4:07:00 PM

Does a Coton De Tulear need a long walk or a short walk?

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Anonymous

in between long and short. cotons aren't couch potatoes and they aren't marathon dogs either. a medium walk.
5/11/2012 1:16:05 PM

Anonymous

We usually walk about 2 miles...it really depends on your coton. One of my coton's has a lot of energy and is still very energetic after a 2 mile walk; however, the other coton is usually pooped after 2 miles. Both look forward to walking.
3/19/2013 12:47:27 PM

Anonymous asked:

4/3/2012 2:20:05 PM

4/3/2012 2:20:05 PM

I am getting two adult (3.5 to 4.5 years old) cotons from my sister. She is having to get rid... I am getting two adult (3.5 to 4.5 years old) cotons from my sister. She is having to get rid of them. They are not house trained. I would like your suggestions and/or advice on house training them. If you have any.

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Anonymous

Most dogs can be house trained, its just that some breeds are easier to train than others. If you see your cotons sniffing around, it might mean they just have to go potty and you could repeat taking them outside every time it does. Keep house items such as wires and vases out of reach from the dog. Also,to reduce any of the dog's hyper energy energy,walk it daily and play with it.
4/23/2012 1:01:55 PM

Anonymous

The one I have the cutest unhousebroken Coton that I love very much. It is that bond of love that keeps me from getting rid of him. House breaking a coton is hard; best of luck.
11/1/2012 3:36:13 PM

Anonymous

I purchased both of my Coton's when they were puppies and they were not difficult to house train at all. I took them out routinely. They apparently have an instinct to sniff around and find just the right spot to take care of business. I praised them when they took care of business outside and scold them if they tried to go inside. They are very intelligent dogs and try to do whatever it takes to please you. One of my coton's will sit in front of me with his front left paw up and scoot backwards when he wants to go out. The other one will climb up on me, look at me intently and let out faint barks to let me know he has to go out. One trick you can try is giving them a treat when they do their business outside. Coton's love treats and remember what it takes to get one. Make sure you only give a treat when they do their business outside. you should have them trained in no time.
3/19/2013 1:07:51 PM

Anonymous

The above comment is good....also...don't bring them back inside until they potty. Bring them in immediately once they pee and poop and give them a treat. You will need to stay outside with them for the first month or so each time they go so you can watch for them to potty. They will quickly learn that they can go inside and get a treat if they go bathroom...then if you have a fenced in yard, you may be able to just let them go outside alone with you watching them from the door...then call them as soon as you see their potty and bring them in and give them a treat..that will teach them to go inside once they potty...some Cotons potty as soon as they go outside, while others need to run around and play first...if they go potty first, bring them in, give the treat and then go outside and play with them. After a while, they will learn not to go inside because if they mess inside they get a fussing and no treat and sent outside with the poop so they can learn that is where you want it.
1/5/2015 12:23:08 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/26/2012 7:56:23 PM

1/26/2012 7:56:23 PM

Why is there such a big price range for Coton De Tulear dogs? Is an 1800.00 dog better then a... Why is there such a big price range for Coton De Tulear dogs? Is an 1800.00 dog better then a 400.00 one?

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Anonymous

Cotons obtained either directly or indirectly through puppy mills have lower price tags than those from quality breeders such as those from members of the Coton Tulear Club of America. CTCA members and their dogs are held to the highest breeding standards. The testing and care is expensive. This is passed to the consumer at a premium price.
2/26/2012 2:29:45 AM

Anonymous asked:

1/7/2012 11:36:47 PM

1/7/2012 11:36:47 PM

What is the longest period of time Cotons can be left alone? Thanks

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Anonymous

My coton stays home by herself for 6 to 8 hours and is very good. We have no problems. She is wonderful
1/10/2012 6:57:50 PM

Anonymous asked:

11/30/2011 5:54:05 PM

11/30/2011 5:54:05 PM

Does the female Coton De Tulear loose her hair after she has her litter?

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Anonymous

Some Coton's pull their hair out. It's just from instinct. So, it would be a good idea to give them a haircut before they have a litter.
3/30/2012 10:50:13 PM

Anonymous asked:

9/5/2011 5:26:23 AM

9/5/2011 5:26:23 AM

Will a Coton De Tulear survive in the philippines? With a 35 degrees temp ? or less

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Anonymous

Yes, they do. I'm from the Philippines and I own a 2-yr old Coton. For its size, they are a very hardy breed.
9/7/2011 5:57:24 AM

Anonymous

where did you buy your cotton de tulear dog in the philippines?
2/2/2012 10:19:43 PM

Anonymous asked:

7/27/2011 4:39:54 PM

7/27/2011 4:39:54 PM

What are the inherent medical problems that may be a part of the Coton breed?

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Anonymous

Because the Coton de Tulear is relatively rare and those with integrity that breed them are striving to keep this lovely breed pure, there are not any inherent health issues. According to our vet, most small dogs have patella and eye issues. Good breeders take the time and care to have their dogs health checked for these issues as well as for thyroid, hip, heart and other issues that might concern us. Those of us who care for preserving the Coton's health will not breed their adult dog if any of these health issues pose a problem.
10/16/2011 3:29:12 PM

Anonymous

One of my coton's has allergies to many of the same things people are allergic to, food and seasonal allergies. He was the runt of the litter. He tends to bite at his paws and butt. He also has a problem with ear infections whenever water gets into his ears during grooming. I give him allergy injections, avoid things he is allergic to, and put drops in his ears after grooming. Our other coton has no health issues.
3/19/2013 1:48:51 PM

Anonymous asked:

7/14/2011 6:04:57 PM

7/14/2011 6:04:57 PM

Do Coton De Tulear's bark a lot?

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Anonymous

No. And when my Coton does bark it is a great big sound and always makes me laugh.
8/12/2011 3:35:59 PM

Anonymous

It might depend on the specific dog, but my coton barks A LOT.
9/6/2011 6:44:00 PM

Anonymous

Actually, Cotons do, especially when there's a new visitor or a stranger that comes to the house. Because of this, cotons are great watchdogs.
9/7/2011 6:02:36 AM

Anonymous

Our Cotons are wonderful watch dogs. They bark when there is someone at the door, but they quickly calm down. They are not annoying barkers.
10/16/2011 3:30:36 PM

Anonymous

Yes, my Coton De Tulear barks a lot every time someone comes to the house. I have to put him in another room if I have a worker here. That part is very annoying. He is a good dog, but kind of skittish/nervous.
8/19/2012 8:50:30 PM

Anonymous

My coton's bark when someone comes to the door, which I like. They also bark at my husband during play time. Other than this, you cannot tell they are in the house. Very well behaved. They do not bark at other dogs or people when I take them for a walk or bark at dogs or people when looking out of the window at home or in the car.
3/19/2013 1:56:17 PM

Anonymous asked:

7/6/2011 3:42:07 AM

7/6/2011 3:42:07 AM

I have a three year old son and I understand that Coton De Tulear's can be protective but can... I have a three year old son and I understand that Coton De Tulear's can be protective but can that turn into aggression or jealousy towards my child very easily with this breed?

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Anonymous

You are more likely to get licked to death by a coton. I have two and neither has been an issue with any of my 4 children or the tons of other children who have come to my house.
7/6/2011 2:13:48 PM

Anonymous

We have four children and two grandchildren. Our home is always full of activity and our Cotons adapt well and have never shown any aggression toward anyone. They are bred to be you and your families best pal! They seem to know their place and are very kind dogs.
10/16/2011 3:34:55 PM

Anonymous

My coton's love children; however, they do not do well with children who pull their tail or are abusive to them. They will usually try to avoid children like this; however, if the child persists in tail pulling after the dog has tried running from them, the dogs will snap at them. This was the case of my toddler niece and toddler nephews who do not know any better and were told to stop pulling on the dogs tail, but they persisted and the dogs snapped at them...but did not bite.
3/19/2013 2:04:04 PM

Anonymous asked:

4/19/2011 7:33:21 AM

4/19/2011 7:33:21 AM

Do coton de tulear's shed?

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Anonymous

No, coton de tulear's do NOT shed....
4/23/2011 12:07:16 PM

Anonymous

Because Coton's have hair and not fur they don't shed like other dogs. They lose their hair much like a human does. When they are brushed or bathed you will find hair in/on the brush. Also, when they are puppies they tend to "blow" their puppy coat at about 7-9 mos of age and you will find little tufts of hair on the floor. But other than that you should not have a problem. They are also truly hypo-allergenic!
5/10/2011 5:35:00 PM

Anonymous

the coton is actually a hypo allergeni dog much like a maltese... they do not shed so unless you are allergic to the sweat like my mother then they should not affect your allergies
7/6/2011 3:50:48 AM

Anonymous asked:

4/17/2011 3:48:31 PM

4/17/2011 3:48:31 PM

Are Coton De Tulear's water dogs?

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Anonymous

Well, yes and no...sometimes coton de tulear's are, sometimes they aren't.
4/23/2011 12:07:45 PM

Anonymous

My Coton De Tulear is a 6 yr old male, and he hates water!!!
6/6/2012 7:16:15 AM

Anonymous

We bought our Coton because they love to swim. NOT! Our dog is afraid of water/pool - hates it. Just as well, as trying to comb out hair after is a nightmare. These dogs are VERY high maintenance as far as grooming. I take him every 4 weeks. Expensive....
8/19/2012 8:53:25 PM

Anonymous asked:

3/29/2011 3:59:23 PM

3/29/2011 3:59:23 PM

Hi, Is there such a thing as a toy, runt of the litter coton de tulear puppy? As my daughter... Hi, Is there such a thing as a toy, runt of the litter coton de tulear puppy? As my daughter has one, and I'd like one, but am having a hard time finding a real small one? Thank You in advance..Irene

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Anonymous

Yes, there is definitely different size Cotons. They range in size from about 7lbs to 18 lbs. Our female, who weights 11 lbs, had 4 pups last fall and gave birth to 2 very small Cotons who are now only about 8 lbs. The other two Cotons are 11 lbs. It's important to ask the breeder what size the parents are. This will help in determining the size of the puppies.
5/10/2011 8:38:16 PM

Anonymous asked:

3/23/2011 1:24:54 PM

3/23/2011 1:24:54 PM

I have a coton maltese mix, and when it comes to potty training she is soo stubborn!! It's... I have a coton maltese mix, and when it comes to potty training she is soo stubborn!! It's almost like whenever I don't give her attention she rebells and will pee/poop all over, any ideas? Also, any idea why she will not leave my 3 and a half month old baby alone? She always wants to be by him or on him.

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Anonymous

Mixed breeds are hard to analyze because they have characteristics from both breeds. When properly house trained the Coton will let you know he/she needs to go outside. All you have to do is pay attention. Can't help with the Maltese half! Cotons are great with babies and children. Do not allow him/her to put its weight on the baby.
3/23/2011 8:47:42 PM

Anonymous asked:

3/20/2011 1:38:26 AM

3/20/2011 1:38:26 AM

My Coton is stubborn and mean. He's fear aggressive, and while I know most of that is my fault,... My Coton is stubborn and mean. He's fear aggressive, and while I know most of that is my fault, he doesn't seem to want to make me happy at all! If I try to stop him from barking or biting a stranger, he'll nip me instead!

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Anonymous

This is not standard behavior for the Coton. Find yourself a good dog trainer to resolve this issue!
3/23/2011 8:41:02 PM

Anonymous

I agree with "tweed"....this is not common behavior of a Coton. A good trainer is imperative.
5/10/2011 8:39:39 PM

Anonymous

Cotons are not stubborn or mean. They personify gentle and sweet and are always alert and sensitive to the owner's moods. I suspect you have hurt this dog. He is small and does not bite unless he has been harmed and baited. You should seek a rescue and surrender him asap. Otherwise you will no doubt continue to take your problems out on this dog . Get help for the dog , now.
8/12/2011 3:39:36 PM

Anonymous

Cotons are kinda suspicious of strangers, but all they do is bark. They are pretty harmless and very playful especially to young children.
9/7/2011 6:04:57 AM

Anonymous

The Coton de tulear is the best companion dog a person could have they are friendly playful and not a mean breed at all.If you know you are at fault and aren't giving this sweet little dog the proper care and training it needs please give it up to a rescue shelter they will find a wonderful home. Cotons are not aggressive dogs at all I believe you are abusing this poor little dog and you are the one who is mean, stubborn and aggressive. This dog fears you and tries to protect itself from abuse. You don't deserve this dog or any dog in my opinion.
9/29/2011 1:39:24 AM

Anonymous

My Coton has been aggressive. He was horrible at dog training when a pup. Has bitten 2 people and gone after a few others. But he is wonderful to my family...he just doesn't want others around!
8/19/2012 8:58:34 PM

Anonymous asked:

3/15/2011 9:13:58 PM

3/15/2011 9:13:58 PM

I think the Coton De Tulear is a great dog but chairly is a little crazy when he is wet.

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Anonymous

If you are talking about after giving your Coton De Tulear's a bath and how they like to run around and dry themselves on the furniture and carpet, yes it looks crazy but I think it is more being playful.
3/23/2011 8:43:29 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/5/2011 8:28:36 PM

1/5/2011 8:28:36 PM

I am going to buy a cotton de tulear but would like to find one medium size with longer legs. Is... I am going to buy a cotton de tulear but would like to find one medium size with longer legs. Is there such a thing or should I be looking for a cotton mix?

2 Comments

Anonymous

There are two types of Cotons and we breed both. There are the longer legged shorter body version and the shorter legged longer body version. Both are purebreds and both maintain the Coton characteristics.
3/23/2011 8:50:39 PM

Anonymous

There are two different lines of the Coton de Tulear. The Euro line and the Malagasy line. The Malagasy line of Cotons generally has the longer legs. They also maintain their color, while the Euro line's color fades to white, light tan or gray as they lose their puppy coat.
5/10/2011 8:43:22 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/19/2010 1:32:36 PM

12/19/2010 1:32:36 PM

My sister insists that Cotons are a mixed breed.... i.e. a Bichon Frise and a Maltese... Is... My sister insists that Cotons are a mixed breed.... i.e. a Bichon Frise and a Maltese... Is there ANY truth to this whatsoever? They, indeed, do resemble a very well brushed out Bichon. Thank you for your reply.

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Anonymous

No. Coton de Tulears are their own pure breed. They can't possibly be a mix of a Bichon Frise and a Maltese - the Coton is bigger than both. You can't take to 7 lb dogs and get a 12-14 lb one...They resemble the Bichon Frise (as does the Maltese, Havanese, and Bolognese) because they are all in the Bichon breed family. The Frise is just one kind of Bichon.
1/2/2011 10:30:54 PM

Anonymous

No, the Coton is a recognized breed with many registries. They may look a bit like a Bichon and Maltese, but their luxurious coat (hair) and their endearing qualities set them apart from all other dogs. Once you own one, you will see the "magic" of the Coton de tulear.
5/10/2011 8:46:14 PM

Anonymous

A Coton De Tulear dog is more closely related to the Havenese dog by dna. They have been around for hundreds of years, the offspring of , it is thought, dogs from pirate ships and the native dog of the island. Later, the French reserved the dog for themselves and bred what we now call the Coton, which is French for cotton. They are Bichon size but the natures of the dogs are different.
8/12/2011 3:42:07 PM

Anonymous asked:

11/16/2010 8:39:52 PM

11/16/2010 8:39:52 PM

What is the best way to pottty train a Coton De Tulear?

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Anonymous

It is a very difficult task as Coton De Tulears are stubborn. Be patient and reward them for good behavior. My coton was taught to ring a bell when she has to go outside.
12/1/2010 11:14:42 AM

Anonymous

Coton de tulears are absolutely not stubborn! They are intelligent and eager to please.
12/2/2010 7:30:34 PM

Anonymous

Cotons are awesome to house train and retrain because all they want to do is make you happy. So take them to where you want them to go and praise them when they go there. If you have an accident take them and the accident to where you want them to go put it down let them smell it there and PRAISE them. They will remember the "BIG DEAL" of getting all the praise there and they smell where they go.
12/7/2010 3:08:54 PM

Anonymous

Keep to a routine. Take this dog out every two to three hours and praise it a lot when it goes. I find the dog will look to me to see if it is ok to stay out, and when he does I know he is going to have a bm, which is a sniffing process that takes a few minutes more before he is comfortable. Just keep the routine, and your Coton De Tulear will do the rest.
8/12/2011 3:44:17 PM

Anonymous asked:

10/14/2010 8:34:16 PM

10/14/2010 8:34:16 PM

Does a Coton De Tulear shed?

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Anonymous

I have a Coton De Tulear and mine doesn't because they have hair versus fur. There is some shedding after haircuts but it's like shedding after a human haircut.
10/22/2010 7:53:16 AM

Anonymous asked:

9/17/2010 12:49:36 PM

9/17/2010 12:49:36 PM

what's the best dog food for a cotton?

4 Comments

Anonymous

I am feeding my dogs Life Abundant and it is a great food
9/20/2010 3:53:45 PM

Anonymous

Halo, salmon flavored is a big hit with my coton! Tried a number of different brands.
3/19/2011 9:39:01 AM

Anonymous

Life's Abundance is the best I've found as it doesn't stain the coton's muzzle areas over time like many foods that have tomatos, pumpkin and beets in the mix do.
3/23/2011 8:38:53 PM

Anonymous

Again, I agree with tweed! We use only Life's Abundance! Great food!
10/16/2011 3:38:27 PM

Anonymous asked:

9/16/2010 8:15:59 AM

9/16/2010 8:15:59 AM

What are the breed standards of the coton?

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Anonymous

There is a complete list of Coton standards as per the Coton Club of America at this website: www.usactc.org/breed_standard.shtml I tried to copy and paste the info but for some reason cannot.
9/20/2010 3:53:14 PM

Anonymous

Visit the American Coton Club for more information on the Rare Breed Coton de Tulear. http://www.americancotonclub.com
4/18/2011 1:22:23 PM

Anonymous

The Coton de Tulear Club of America is the CTCA. Visit www.cotonclub.org to review the Malagasy Coton de Tulear Breed Standard.
5/23/2011 12:37:05 PM

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