We are a Coton De Tulear family Breeders. We are located in Niagara Falls ontario Canada
Coton de Tulear is a royalty breed originally from Madagascar. They are very RARE and have an hypoallergenic coat that feels like cotton hence the name COTON. This breeds coat is super soft and cuddly. The Coton de Tulear is Playful loyal and great with children and other animals
About the Coton de TulearThe Coton de Tulear
(KO-Tone Dih TOO-Lay-ARE) is a small, immensely charming dog standing between 9 and 11 inches high and weighing anywhere from 8 to 13 pounds. Cotons are known for a profuse coat that is as soft as cotton (or, as the French say, “coton”). Their primary job is to provide amusement, comfort, and companionship.
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The Cotons have an unusual attachment to their owners and create an extremely strong bond. Coton lovers say that the Coton are “witty” companions “at times loud but never demanding. They are natural clowns and lighthearted, fun who possess a noticeably gentle, sympathetic awareness. The fun parts of traits of these long-lived jesters include unique vocalizations and for walking on their rear legs.
Health wise the Coton breed is generally healthy strong and resilient with a life expectancy of about 17 years.
The Coton is known to be a playful and silly dog around his people and others he knows and trusts. He is not beyond acting crazy to try to get attention and to make people enjoy his company. He typically is not a demanding dog and tends to be easygoing and very adaptable to his people's routines and habits. In an active household with kids and people on the go, he'll be right there, looking at what's going on and wanting to take part. For a more quiet lifestyle, he'll be content to sleep in your lap or at your feet
A gentle dog, at least until he's very excited, he tends not to care a lot about being touched or handled, making it easy to train him to further accept grooming. His gentle nature also makes him a good choice as a therapy dog or just a companion to relax you.
While Cotons are adaptable and easygoing, they can be slightly wary of strangers. He shouldn't be aggressive, but may bark and show hesitation. Even then, these actions shouldn't be so much as to be fearful or in a panic. Cotons are alert observers, carefully watching what goes on in and out of the home.