Coton de Tulear Puppies Available NOW !
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Dew claws removed – all injections current – wellness exams as well by our veterinarian
Sire From Poland Dam’s From Hungary FCI Registered
We have three adult female Coton de Tulear in our breeding program and one adult male
PARENTS IMPORTED FROM EUROPE — NO AMERICAN BLOODLINES
Proudly and Exclusively European FCI Bloodlines/Lineage
All Adoptions Without Breeding Rights
937.248.5811 [ Cell ]
- Please Serious Inquires Only – This Is A Rare Breed
- We do not evaluate other breeders
- Our photos, a similar very close spelling adding one letter to our web site name used, general information used and other information used by another breeder. A couple weeks ago we were informed about the fraud reoccurring, please only respond to our e/mail address and our phone number as follows call cell 937.248.5811 and e/mail address of email@example.com
- Sorry that we must disclose this information but the use of information was just discovered on another web site advertising our Coton de Tulear puppies on May 25th 2017
- We are NOT affiliated with any other breeders of Coton de Tulears or any other breed of dog
- Our Coton puppies are born to IMPORTED EUROPEAN PARENTS with FCI full registration, we personally imported as puppies with show and breeding rights
- Our Coton de Tulear male is not related to our females – no line breeding or in-line breeding – ever
- We will reserve a Coton de Tulear for you with a questionnaire – puppy agreement signed and a deposit, the deposit is nonrefundable in the amount of $500.00, we reserve the puppy for you and remove the puppy from our web site after your selection
- We do not have a payment plan for the adoption of our puppies, first amount is the deposit and the balance due at the time the puppy is ready for his/her new home or two weeks before delivery if using a puppy nanny service
- Hobby breeders of the Coton de Tulear [ Husband and Wife ] Cell: 937.248.5811
- Many candid photos on the Gallery Page the photos we personally took of our Coton de Tulear’s
- Sorry but we do NOT share our FCI pedigree & registrations freely – as we have experienced theft of these documents as recent as the end of April 2017 — Sadly there are unscrupulous people and breeders as well – A few ruin the open lines of communication for others we are very fair and open about our lives with the Coton de Tulear – we have had Cotons in our lives since 1999 – we are NOT new to this breed
- We have years of experience working with Coton de Tulear breeders in Europe and we can use them as references since 1999
- We post photos often, usually twice weekly – the process is long and involved – we normally bath the puppies before each photo shoot
- Our Cotons live in our house with us full time, no dog runs, exterior buildings – we do have a fenced yard for security as we have many wild animals in the area where we live such as bobcats, havalena, mountain lions on occasion – varies other wild life
- We do not register or belong to the AKC as we were totally against the AKC accepting this breed, as we feel the AKC caters to the commercial breeders, puppy mills. As well we do not register with the ACA or the APRI as these are have been known for many years to be registries only on paper and they do not have the same purpose as the FCI and the UKC registries that we belong to
- Vistors Welcomed Only After Our Puppies Have Been Vaccinated For Parvo At Six Weeks Of Age Please Read These Web Sites Below About Parvo – It Is A Death Sentence For A Puppy And At Times For A Mature Dog Of Any Breed
- What Is Parvo ? Click Here
- How Is Parvo Spread ? Click Here
- We Live In North Central Arizona near Sedona, Arizona
- The FCI Recognized And Accepted The Coton de Tulear In 1970 [ 47 Years Experience With The Breed ]
- The AKC Accepted The Breed Fully In 2014 – We Do Not Register With the AKC
- References Available From Those Customers Who Have Been To Home And Purchased A Coton de Tulear
- We Do NOT Belong To A Coton de Tulear Club/s As Each Club Has Their Own Agenda For The Breed And We Do Not Feel That Being An Ethical, Professional, Trustworthy And Honest Breeder Is Acquired By Joining A Club — That Should Be A Natural Trait Of An Excellent Breeder – Not Something That You Buy Into By Joining A Club
- No Dog Runs On Our Property
- No Buildings For Our Cotons On Our Property
- Our Cotons Live In Our Home Full Time
- One Male & Three Females All Licensed All Injections UTD Including Rabies – Health Tested Yearly Health Exams
- Cotons Have Their Own Bedroom In Our House With Radio and TV Air Conditioned and Heated [ central system ]
- Our Adult Cotons & Puppies Are Wire Cage Trained — Not In A Plastic Kennel – But A Wire Cage
- Coton de Tulear Puppies Ready For Their New Homes
- Dew Claws Removed & First Wellness Exam Shortly After Birth At Our Veterinarians Office
- Visits To Our Veterinarian For Wellness Exam and Puppy Shots & De-Worming Completed
- We Import Our Sire & Dam’s From Europe Directly From Kennels We Select No Third Party Or Broker Involved
- Club Registration From Europe Proudly Without American Bloodlines Which Are Suspect
- Superior Companions, Intelligent, Alert, Healthy And Always Willing To Please
- Health Guarantee In Writing
- Parents and Ancestors Health Testing Completed
- Lineage Can Be Traced To Coton’s From Place Of Origin — The Island Of Madagascar Via the FCI Kennel Club
- 937.248.5811 Call Or Text
- Offering Delivery From Our Hands To Yours We Charge Only Exact Expenses Which Are Typically $450.00
- Our Cell Number Is From Ohio Where We Lived Before Retiring To Arizona This Number Has Been Ours For Many Years The Number With the 937 Exchange
- Dog Theft Is Becoming More and More Common With Breeders – This Is Why We Do Not Disclose Our Address To The General Public – This Video Is From Europe — But Is Happening Here In The USA Too ! This Is A New Trend For Criminals !
480.432.2326 or 937.248.5811 [cell ]
Cotons In Our Lives Since 1999
Coton de Tulear accepted into the FCI [ Federation Cynologique Internationale Kennel Club] in 1970 www.fci.be
The Coton de Tulear accepted into the UKC [United Kennel Club] in 1994 www.ukcdogs.com
The Coton de Tulear accepted into the AKC [ Kennel Club ] in 2014 www.akc.org
Our Cotons Eat PawTree Holistic Natural Grain Free Dog Food
480.432.2326 or Cell: 937.248.5811
Feel free to call — let’s talk about COTONS !!!
Pronounced “Ko Tone Dih Too-Lay-Air”
Puppies go to our state licensed veterinarian within three days of birth for their first wellness health check/review, dew claws are surgically removed by our veterinarian. Puppies return to our veterinarian for their second check up and first puppy injection, then again at nine weeks of age, the second puppy shot and health review. We begin training the puppies at 6.5 weeks of age to go outside to potty, we never use pee pads or any artificial form of house breaking.
Puppies go to their new home with new toys, a new unused puppy harness and leash. NuVet vitamins, and Pawtree Grain Free Holistic Dry Dog Food. And our lifetime support. The items are with the puppy and Dam since the puppies birth in a cloth mess bag near their whelping area.
Healthy, Health Tested, Yearly Health Evaluations – Testing’s – Injections, Socialized, Excellent Temperaments.
Solid white and white with crème patches are 66% of all pure bred Coton de Tulears at birth. Tri color [ with a base coat of white ] is 33% of all pure bred Cotons at birth. The very rare black and white are less than 1% of all pure bred Cotons. The hair that is other than white fades as the Coton de Tulear matures. Fading to a very light crème, extremely light roan and the black fades to a super light silver, as the Coton de Tulear has a diluting gene.
The Coton de Tulear was banned from exporting from the island of Madagascar in 1992 due to the threat of extinction. Europeans have had the breed in their individual countries since 1950’s, if not earlier. Our Coton de Tulear have blood lines from Madagascar. Keep in mind that France’s presence in the western Indian Ocean dates to the early seventeenth century. The French established a settlement in southern Madagascar in 1634 and occupied the islands of Reunion and Rodrigues. The French recognized the Coton de Tulear many years ago. Written history about Madagascar in the 17th century mentions the small dog resembling a fox — with short legs living in the wild. Merchant ships traveled to and from Madagascar and Spain for many years.
In the 17th century Sir Etienne de Flacourt [1607-1660] the French governor of Madagascar, born in Orleans in 1607, he was named the governor of Madagascar by the French East Indian Company in 1648. Sir de Flacourt was a governor, historian and surveyor in Madagascar. In the 17th century Sir de Flacourt wrote about the dogs he saw in Madagascar “there are a lot of dogs that are small with a long nose and short legs, they look like foxes, some are white, some have small patches of mild color, the dogs are used for hunting the wild pigs”. Sir de Flacourt wrote a book in 1658 “Historie de la grande isle de Madagascar” first edition 1658, 2nd edition 1661.
The FCI Is The Worlds Largest Canine Organization
Hello — if you are interested in a pure bred, healthy, happy and well adjusted from birth Coton de Tulear puppy please feel free to call or write to us. We service the entire USA, offer delivery of our Coton de Tulear puppies to an international airport near your home/location. Reference available upon request to those who have a serious interest in our Coton de Tulear puppies. Photos and bloodlines supplied to interested parties, we only allow adoptions to non breeding homes. Life time support and over 60 years combined experience in show, handling, agility, obedience with dogs and owning and raising farm animals.
Our Mission Statement
We are not members of a Coton de Tulear club. Our mind set is that an “ethical, honest and trustworthy breeder” should be natural and honest behavior, plus possessing a deep devoted love for the breed. As well wanting to continue the breed with healthy, intelligent, beautiful and highly socialized Coton de Tulear’s. A club or membership does not create a breeder with those attributes –and is not “obtained” by a club membership or by having club members and authorities overseeing the breeder. Let alone imposing fines and punishment by the club to make sure breeder members are living up to a clubs written standard. Not everyone can be a ethical breeder. You must be willing to serve unlimited hours of work and care around the clock no matter the day of the week, then with puppies care the time factor increases profoundly. There is no fixed hours when working and nurturing the dam and puppies. It requires devotion, and an unlimited budget for expenses. Feeding your animals an excellent food source, health testing, yearly evaluations and health examinations, socialization, training [puppies] and spending quality time with your animals. Care and attention is primary, health testing in general and normal health care, veterinarian routine visits and inoculations. This is not a hobby for those who don’t want to invest time, plus you need a good work ethic.
- Mating’s/breeding takes place at our veterinarians office
- Imported Sire and Dam with FCI registration – parents are show and breeding quality with full registration at time of being imported
- Lineage Filled with Champions, International Champion World Titles plus Crufts winner and American titles too
- Healthy, happy, possessing exceptional temperaments, highly socialized, intelligent, loyal, loving, gentle, superior companions for a family of one or ten
- Parents health tested, ancestors health tested as well
- The Coton de Tulear puppy or adult “light up a room when they walk in”
- Our Coton de Tulears have went on in life to become K-9 Assisted certified for their owners, certified pet therapy, service canine, also those appearing in advertisements for a pet friendly resort and our retired Maggie Mae is an office mascot for a large dog food manufacturer in Mason, Ohio
- The Coton de Tulear was accepted by the FCI Kennel Club on September 2, 1970 in Belgium with France being the country of sponsorship. The FCI originated in 1911, today the FCI is the largest canine organization in the world. See official information from the FCI regarding the Coton de Tulear. www.fci.be
- The breed has been in Europe for several years before it was accepted by the FCI [ kennel club ], in 1970. Know your Coton de Tulears lineage/ancestry
- Important reading — we do not use topical treatments [ RX for fleas and ticks, etc. ] please read this article http://www.vetinfo.com/side-effects-fipronil-frontline-dogs.html we recommend natural cedar oil spray and lavender oil Coton de
If you are just discovering the Coton de Tulear, there is not much history written. History about the breed we found was in Europe. Keep in mind that the French occupied Madagascar for many, many years where the breed is from. The Europeans were the first to export the breed out of Madagascar into Europe as early as the 1950’s, some Europeans note that families owned a Coton in earlier years. The French began asking for the Coton de Tulear admission into the FCI in 1960’s. The FCI finally accepted the breed Coton de Tulear in 1970. The Coton de Tulear breed carry a happy energy about them, but not hyper. They possess a super temperament male or female. Are very intelligent, loyal, loving. They love water starting at a very young age. Often when we have puppies we find baby Cotons standing in their water bowls splashing and walking in the water having fun. Cotons love to snuggle and make great foot warmers in your bed at night. Cotons will follow you around in the house and be involved with what you are doing. They enjoy people of all ages, they have great patience with children and older people. Actually the Coton is a “big dog in a small body”. Very shocking to us when we discovered the Coton de Tulear, we expected all the negative things you hear about small breed dogs, that never happened. Our Cotons are thoroughly health tested, for all known diseases. Then as well they receive yearly blood panel work, thyroid blood tests, health exams and up dated x-rays, eye testing. The Coton de Tulear does not require frequent/mandatory exercise daily. But they do love to run and act funny and clownish. A Coton de Tulear has hair instead of fur. The Coton de Tulear sheds when groomed, or when brushed/combed, after a bath. The shedding/hair loss is much like human hair. Now and then we find small hair balls under my sofa or table, but no hair on furniture, clothing.
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