The club's mission is to support, educate and advise owners and breeders about the Coton de Tulear, and to preserve the breed according to the FCI breed standard.
Cotons are lively, alert companion dogs. Their sweet temperament, cute appearance and clownish antics belie their intelligence, quick wit and stamina.
The coat, from which the breed derives its name is another important characteristic. The hair is long, soft, supple, dense and dry with the texture of cotton.
Madagascar, the Red Island, is home to some of the rarest and most endangered species on earth. From this exotic habitat, the Coton de Tulear breed traces its early development.
One of the great features of a Coton de Tulear is that they are a very healthy breed with a long-life span.
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Check out the official breed standards.