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Ana Ana from Peabody,Massachusetts wrote on October 29, 2017 at 12:25 am:
I lost my coton 2 years ago she was 17. Miss her terribly. The best dog heartsick. Thinking of getting a new one. Love the European line. Would like another female. What am I looking at for costs and how would I get her?
I lost my coton 2 years ago she was 17. Miss her terribly. The best dog heartsick. Thinking of getting a new one. Love the European line. Would like another female. What am I looking at for costs and how would I get her?
Candace and John Weber Candace and John Weber from Goodyear wrote on September 17, 2017 at 6:33 pm:
Our elderly Chessie/Chocolate Lab passed over the Rainbow Bridge Jan. 3, 2017. She was an angel. We lived in MN for 10 years of her life and moved to AZ three years ago. She talked, she was a total lover and when my husband and I would have tea and dessert around 8:30 in the evening our Cocoa wanted a special treat too. We decided a Ritz cracker would be OK so I one Ritz was her dessert at 8:30 p.m. She was so funny. Between 8:20 to 8:30 she would start in rolling her R's! We couldn't believe her. Rolling her R's for her Ritz cracker! She did it perfectly! I still can't roll my R's. We never thought we would get another dog because of the horrible pain of losing them. It nearly killed me. I am 66 and have always had dogs since I was a child. Growing up we had a Cocker Spaniel, Bootsie. Then a black miniature poodle, Pepsi Pierre. Then a miniature schnauzer, Heidi. Married and got a black minature poodle, Gigit. Then a black lab, lady with excellent hunting lines and bred her 3 times. Then, a black lab/Newfie mix, Ollie Bear. Then a Llasa Apso, Abby. Then a Bichon Frise, Riley who had been inbred and we had to put him down at two yrs of age. Then we got our girl the Chessie/lab at exactly 6 weeks. She was a holy terror for two years and my first chewer! She carried the dominate Chessie genes. She was the most challenging puppy I had ever had! With tons of love and extreme patience at two years old she became an angel. We had the laundry room completely redone and she never chewed again! It seems as if we lose a piece of... Read more
Our elderly Chessie/Chocolate Lab passed over the Rainbow Bridge Jan. 3, 2017. She was an angel. We lived in MN for 10 years of her life and moved to AZ three years ago. She talked, she was a total lover and when my husband and I would have tea and dessert around 8:30 in the evening our Cocoa wanted a special treat too. We decided a Ritz cracker would be OK so I one Ritz was her dessert at 8:30 p.m. She was so funny. Between 8:20 to 8:30 she would start in rolling her R's! We couldn't believe her. Rolling her R's for her Ritz cracker! She did it perfectly! I still can't roll my R's. We never thought we would get another dog because of the horrible pain of losing them. It nearly killed me. I am 66 and have always had dogs since I was a child. Growing up we had a Cocker Spaniel, Bootsie. Then a black miniature poodle, Pepsi Pierre. Then a miniature schnauzer, Heidi. Married and got a black minature poodle, Gigit. Then a black lab, lady with excellent hunting lines and bred her 3 times. Then, a black lab/Newfie mix, Ollie Bear. Then a Llasa Apso, Abby. Then a Bichon Frise, Riley who had been inbred and we had to put him down at two yrs of age. Then we got our girl the Chessie/lab at exactly 6 weeks. She was a holy terror for two years and my first chewer! She carried the dominate Chessie genes. She was the most challenging puppy I had ever had! With tons of love and extreme patience at two years old she became an angel. We had the laundry room completely redone and she never chewed again! It seems as if we lose a piece of our hearts when our cherished dogs pass on. I never thought it was going to happen but, I am ready to love another dog again. I love the unconditional love they bring, the cuddling, companionship and peace in your soul. We have even put in our trust that if we have a dog and both die at the same time #3 son and wife will take and love our dog. We are Grandparents of 5 labs, 1 Wheaton Terrior, and a Golden Retriever. I wonder why my 5 adult kids all have animals? I have to say that when listing my precious babies, that we usually had two at the same time. That is why we had several. They all lived long, loving lives. The only one that didn't was Riley who was inbred and had to be put down. So sad! This is my/our story and our love of animals. We are hoping to get a puppy in Dec. or early spring 2018. Can't wait!! ❤️❤️❤️❤️🐶
JUDY JUDY from THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO, CANADA wrote on September 13, 2017 at 5:14 pm:
Hi Cayce and Ralph. I wanted to share an update on Sadie, your Pink, born 26 July 2016. We have had her in our home for 11 months now. What a joyful bundle of mischief she is! She is well loved and of course so lovable. She has been easy to train, displays no fearful tendencies or separation anxiety. loves playing outside, going for long walks and car rides and has been happy, healthy and hearty. Our grandchildren adore her. She is still learning to not be too bossy with other dogs. Thank you so much for the excellent information on your website, and most of all for the gift of such a sweet little girl to Jim and I.
Hi Cayce and Ralph. I wanted to share an update on Sadie, your Pink, born 26 July 2016. We have had her in our home for 11 months now. What a joyful bundle of mischief she is! She is well loved and of course so lovable. She has been easy to train, displays no fearful tendencies or separation anxiety. loves playing outside, going for long walks and car rides and has been happy, healthy and hearty. Our grandchildren adore her. She is still learning to not be too bossy with other dogs. Thank you so much for the excellent information on your website, and most of all for the gift of such a sweet little girl to Jim and I.
Ruthanne Ruthanne from Fort Wayne, Indiana wrote on September 3, 2017 at 10:55 pm:
I got my sweet Casper from you 7 and 1/2 years ago!!! I can't believe he is already 8! For anyone looking to purchase a Coton, I SO highly recommend these breeders! My pup has been such a joy to me over these years- he is so smart and loyal and healthy and fun. I was simply visiting to see if you were still in business and wondering if I should get a second Coton in the next few years as my little one ages. I can't imagine my life without a Coton in it now! Hugs and thanks to you!
I got my sweet Casper from you 7 and 1/2 years ago!!! I can't believe he is already 8! For anyone looking to purchase a Coton, I SO highly recommend these breeders! My pup has been such a joy to me over these years- he is so smart and loyal and healthy and fun. I was simply visiting to see if you were still in business and wondering if I should get a second Coton in the next few years as my little one ages. I can't imagine my life without a Coton in it now! Hugs and thanks to you!
Laura Tedlock Laura Tedlock from Chelsea, Oklahoma wrote on July 22, 2017 at 2:20 pm:
My family owns a two year old male Coton named Riker. I was a fan of larger breed dogs until my "puppus fluffus" as we like to call him. He is AKC registered but after all your wonderful information, out next dog will come from you. Please sign me up for your newsletter. Thank you!
My family owns a two year old male Coton named Riker. I was a fan of larger breed dogs until my "puppus fluffus" as we like to call him. He is AKC registered but after all your wonderful information, out next dog will come from you. Please sign me up for your newsletter. Thank you!
Diane Diane from New Middletown Ohio wrote on July 19, 2017 at 1:59 am:
Bentley is our Coton and we miss you all. Our Bentley is one of a kind. The best amazing and precious, personable dog ever
Bentley is our Coton and we miss you all. Our Bentley is one of a kind. The best amazing and precious, personable dog ever
Claudette Rael Claudette Rael from Coolidge wrote on July 16, 2017 at 2:34 am:
Fell absolutely in love with this breed. They seem to have the most lovely disposition. I picked one up and she snuggled up right into my shoulder. Oh my thought I died and gone to heaven. Just too cute!!
Fell absolutely in love with this breed. They seem to have the most lovely disposition. I picked one up and she snuggled up right into my shoulder. Oh my thought I died and gone to heaven. Just too cute!!
The Cohens' The Cohens' from Phoenix wrote on May 12, 2017 at 1:52 am:
We got our lovable little Piper from Coton Cottage. She is a true joy. She is a vibrant, loving, energetic, and wonderful dog. She is gong to be 1 in July of 2017. She is so sweet and happy and she fit right into our household. She is our 5th Coton over the span of 17 years and she is truly a joy! Thank you to the DeWitts for breeding such a wonderful, loving little puppy!
We got our lovable little Piper from Coton Cottage. She is a true joy. She is a vibrant, loving, energetic, and wonderful dog. She is gong to be 1 in July of 2017. She is so sweet and happy and she fit right into our household. She is our 5th Coton over the span of 17 years and she is truly a joy! Thank you to the DeWitts for breeding such a wonderful, loving little puppy!
Lisa Brumley Lisa Brumley from Orange, Texas wrote on February 7, 2017 at 4:22 pm:
The dogs are very Beautiful
The dogs are very Beautiful
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