Coton de Tulear breeders

The Coton de Tulear is a small companion dog with fluffy cotton like hair.

Known to have a charming personality, the Coton maintains a puppy-like temperament throughout his life. Intelligent, eager to please, easily trained and an excellent companion, the Coton adapts well to just about any lifestyle.

The breed is healthy, vigorous, and long-lived with an average life expectancy of about 16 years.

For more information about the Coton de Tulear breed, see the Breed Info section.

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LaBonne Kennels

LaBonne Kennels

118 Broadway Avenue East
Regina, Saskatchewan,    S4N 0Z5
Tel.: (306) 359-6268

I breed and show the Coton de Tulear and have been breeding for 16 years and offer beautiful pre-spoiled puppies for sale when they are available.

Puppies are well socialized and come with their first set of vaccinations and are vet checked plus 1 year health guarantee (against any life threatening illnesses) and are registered with the Canine Federation of Canada (CFC). All puppies are sold on a non-breeding contract unless otherwise agreed upon at the time of sale. Puppies are for sale to approved homes only.

I am a member in good standing in the Canadian Kennel Club, Canine Federation of Canada (CFC) and the Regina Kennel Club.

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White Pearl Cotons

Lower Mainland, British Columbia
Tel.: 604-576-4669

It was 'love at first sight' when I met a 'Coton de Tulear' — and you will too when you meet my 'Playfully Elegant' rare breed White Pearls — The 'Royal Dog of Madagascar'. Bred to FCI (International) Standards/Conformation and from excellent pedigree lines where all necessary health testing has been done. I continue to uphold these prior to breeding and breed to continue the legacy entrusted to me. Hailing from 'exceptional' Cotons/pedigrees with 'outstanding' show standings — shown and championed to World Dog Show levels — my 'white pearls' have been shown and championed at CFC (FCI rules) and CKC Dog shows attaining excellent standings themselves! Their greatest 'award' though is when they visit with people at homes, care homes and hospitals as 'therapy dogs' — lives are touched and transformed forever by their mere presence!

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Bijoux de Coton

Bijoux de Coton

2 Place de l'Aqueduc
St-Jérôme, Qu├ębec
J7Y 0E5 Tel./Cell: 514-835-9707
Fax: 450-431-4564

Élevage de Coton de Tuléar / Breeder of Coton de Tuléar

Bijoux de Coton est un élevage qui se consacre uniquement à préserver les qualités, authenticité de la race Coton de Tuléar. Nous nous efforçons de produire des Cotons avec le meilleure des tempéraments. Nos Cotons sont des membres de notre famille, aimés, cajolés et traités aux petits soins.

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Bijoux de Coton is a breeder dedicated to preserving the qualities and authenticity of the Coton de Tuléar breed. We strive to breed Cotons with the best temperament. Our Cotons are part of our family, loved, cuddled and cared for with great care.

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