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.

White Pearl Cotons


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White Pearl Cotons
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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/pure breed White Pearls - the 'Royal Dog of Madagascar'. Bred to FCI (International) Standards/Conformation, my Cotons come from excellent lines where all necessary health testing has been done. I continue to uphold these standards prior to breeding and breed to continue the legacy entrusted to me. Hailing from 'exceptional' pedigrees with 'outstanding' show standings - Multi World Winners / Multi International Champions, my White Pearls' have also been shown and Championed at CFC (International) and CKC Dog shows attaining excellent standings themselves!

Those adopting a Coton from White Pearl are thereby also blessed with a Coton de Tulear with such heritage - a WIN/WIN for all. Their greatest 'award' though is when they visit with people as 'therapy dogs' - lives are touched and transformed forever by their mere presence - wonderful!

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