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Coton De Tulear

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Coton De Tulear

Puppy Information

Name: Elvis
Sex: Male
Color: Black & White
DOB: 06/17/2019
Store: Hicksville
File #: 44519

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Coton De Tulear

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Name: Sheriff
Sex: Male
Color: Sable & White
DOB: 06/17/2019
Store: Hicksville
File #: 44520

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Coton De Tulear

Puppy Information

Name: Rosie
Sex: Female
Color: Black & White
DOB: 06/03/2019
Store: Hicksville
File #: 44413

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Coton De Tulear

Puppy Information

Name: Marnie
Sex: Female
Color: White
DOB: 04/20/2019
Store: Lynbrook
File #: 25032

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Coton De Tulear Breed Information

Description: The Coton De Tulear is a loyal, friendly, and playful dog. It will follow its master to do practically anything, and are good pets for families with children or older couples. Originally from Madagascar, the Coton De Tulear tends to be very affectionate and loyal and will follow its master to the very end. Type: Companion Dog

Height: 10 – 12 inches Weight: 12 – 15 lbs

Colors:  Coat: Single coated. Approximately 3-3½ inches long, fine, slightly wavy, texture of cotton, shown in natural state. Color White. Slight lemon or gray color on ears acceptable; dark pigmentation.

Temperament: Cotons De Tulear are very devoted to its master, the Coton always wants to be in their presence and tries its best to please. With Children: Very Good With Pets: Very Good

Watch-dog: Good Guard-dog: Very Poor

Care and Exercise: Its long coat requires relatively little care, but still needs periodic grooming. Training: Learning Rate:

Activity:  Living Environment:

Health Issues: No genetic defects

Life Span: 16 years Litter Size:

Country of Origin: Madagascar History: The Coton de Tulear is a relative to the Bichon-type dogs and the Italian Bolognese. There are a couple of theories about its arrival in Madagascar: arriving with French troops, or from a shipwreck off of the island. It was used mainly as a companion dog in the Tulear region of Madagascar. It dates back to the 1600s, but it wasn’t until the 70s and 80s that it really became known in Europe and North America.

Class: Toy Registries: CKC, KC, FCI, AKC (1/2004)

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