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Our love of the Coton de Tulear started in 2009 when we met our first one.
They are an amazing breed with one of the best temperaments we have ever seen in a breed.
We imported our first Coton de Tulear into Canada from the USA as there were very few in Canada of any quality due to the rarity of the breed still.
All of our original Coton de Tulear are both AKC and CFC Registered Purebreds
We have since added to our Bloodlines and we are breeding for health, temperament and conformity. Our Parents are registered with the Canine Federation of Canada (CFC)
These are our Registered Coton de Tulear parents:
- WeylinMarsh’s Bam Bam Tu Mam – call name Bam Bam (sire)
- WeylinMarsh’s Roman Son Scooby – call name Scooby (sire)
- CH WeylinMarsh’s Jackson – call name Jackson (sire)
- CH WeylyinMarsh’s Frosted Pebbles – call name Pebbles
- WeylinMarsh Dixie is Royale – call name Royale
- WeylinMarsh Ellie Bellie - call name CotonElle
- WeylinMarsh’s Hollyhock – call name Birdie
- CH WeylinMarsh Scooby Says Daphne – call name Daphne
- GCH WeylinMarsh’s Bilile Jean – call name Billie
If you would like to meet a Coton de Tuear and fall in love with them just like we did please let us know.
They are one breed that everyone should have a chance to know.
The Coton de Tulear is a rare breed dog originating in Madagascar.
The Coton de Tulear is a very happy and social dog that is usually very quiet and rarely barks.
The Coton de Tulear is a toy breed and typically weighs between 8 and 14 lbs as an adult. Our lines tend to mature between the 11 lb and 14 lb.
They are consired to be a low to mid energy and love to go for walks, run in the park and play with other dogs and people.
The Coton de Tulear is very well tempered and very social, You will find that they will get along with everyone
As their name says, their hair coat is very soft and plush just like cotton. The Coton de Tulear is non-shedding and considered hypo-allergenic and allergy sufferers should find that they can tolerate them better than a shedding dog.
To maintain their long flowing hair they do require regular brushing. Most people tend to keep their hair a little shorter in a “puppy cut” and get them hair cuts every 6 to 8 weeks.
The Coton de Tulear makes for a rare and unique addition to any family and will adapt to many living situations.
Our puppies are normally sold as CFC registered pets.
If you are interested in having a Registered puppy to Show please contact us about Show puppy availability.