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Moriarty - The Coton de Tulear
Moriarty - The Coton de Tulear
Hi Everyone! My name is Moriarty and I will be your guide today!
Annie - The Coton de Tulear
Annie - The Coton de Tulear
Annie Outside enjoying the weather and fluffy grass.
I Got My Eye On You!
I Got My Eye On You!
Moriarty saying hello!
Nom, Nom, Nom
Nom, Nom, Nom
Eating a Bully Stick
Moriarty - The Coton de Tulear
Moriarty - The Coton de Tulear
Moriarty checking out the backyard.
Annie - The Coton de Tulear
Annie - The Coton de Tulear
Annie Beau enjoying a stroll.
Annie and Moriarty
Annie and Moriarty
Annie and Moriarty Exploring.
Moriarty - The Coton de Tulear
Moriarty - The Coton de Tulear
Growing out from a puppy cut.
Moriarty - Bully Stick!
Moriarty - Bully Stick!
Camera Hog!
Camera Hog!
Cotons are camera hogs!
Bed-Time Dad!
Bed-Time Dad!
All dressed up for winter!
Annie doing the Coton Tilt
Annie doing the Coton Tilt
Coton de Tulear's have a tenancy to tilt their heads, an endearing trait, when they are interested in something.
Annie - The Coton de Tulear
Annie - The Coton de Tulear
Annie wearing her bow after being groomed.
Selfie!
Selfie!
Annie taking a selfie; sigh. Social Media is everywhere!
It's hot out here!
It's hot out here!
Hot, hot, hot!
Moriarty at 11 Weeks Old
Moriarty at 11 Weeks Old
Moriarty at 11 weeks old. his markings are referred to as a Champagne Teddy Bear Coton de Tulear.
Pick me up please!
Pick me up please!
Seven week old Coton de Tulear wanting to be picked up, always picked up.
Get Used to this Look
Get Used to this Look
Cotons watch you like a hawk.
So comfy
So comfy
So Tired.
Six Week Old Cotons
Six Week Old Cotons
Six weeks old.
Mmm Bully Stick
Mmm Bully Stick
Bully sticks are great for keeping dogs teeth clean and they are safe for their digestive tracks. We suggest them especially while teething.
Smile!
Smile!
Cotons have adorable smiles!
Potty Training
Potty Training
If you live in an apartment, you can get a porch potty and train them as you would with a yard.
Annie is tired, of Supervising
Annie is tired, of Supervising
Cotons get along well with people and other animals if introduced early, as with all dog breeds.
Can I get a Belly Rub?
Can I get a Belly Rub?
Another pose that is genetic in Cotons is the laying on the back with their heads tilted to one side. Perfect belly rub position I might add.
Dude. That Party, I don't Remember a Party
Dude. That Party, I don't Remember a Party
It is mandatory to bathe and brush your Coton puppies on a daily basis to get them used to grooming. This will make it easier for you to groom them and for groomers when you take them to the pros.
OK, This Whole Doggy Door, Not Working!
OK, This Whole Doggy Door, Not Working!
Just kidding. If you live in an apartment on an elevated unit. you can get sliding glass door doggy doors, seal your porch area and train your puppy to use a doggy door. It's simple and they learn very fast.
Baths, I hate Baths
Baths, I hate Baths
Bath and then brush! Be prepared to bathe and brush your Cotons a lot, especially as puppies when they have potty accidents.
Look, Three Cats!
Look, Three Cats!
Emulating pack members 🙂
Just Too Cute
Just Too Cute
Make sure you have lots of toys for your puppies!
Spoiled Rotten
Spoiled Rotten
Lots and LOTS of toys.
I'm Worn Out
I'm Worn Out
Lots of toys and play time keeps puppies from chewing on things and helps train them to be good adults.
Santa Coton
Santa Coton
Cotons make great Santa's.
Eh, What's Up Doc!
Eh, What's Up Doc!
Greenies are another puppy safe treat since they have improved their formula. Tips on safe treats can be found following the link.
Eh, What's Up Doc!
What's That?
What's That?
What was that?
What?
What?
You want me to go go potty here? What's wrong with the carpet inside?
Santa Baby
Santa Baby
Moriarty dressed up as Santa for Christmas.
Hey! Fetch!
Hey! Fetch!
Taught at an early age, Cotons will learn that playing fetch is a socializing moment.
Coton de Tulear
Coton de Tulear
A Coton in a medium Puppy Cut.
Wind
Wind
A nice winter breeze.
Taste the Turkey
Taste the Turkey
I can taste that dinner cooking on the winds!
Taste the Turkey
Common, lets Play some More!
Common, lets Play some More!
This is my favorite toy. There are many others, but this one is mine.
So Handsome!
So Handsome!
Cotons are so pretty, at least we think so.
I went Potty Dad!
I went Potty Dad!
I did it! I went potty on the porch potty, I am so happy! Look dad, look!
I went Potty Dad!
Can I get a Belly Rub?
Can I get a Belly Rub?
Belly Rub!
Annie is tired, of Supervising
Annie is tired, of Supervising
What?
What?
Potty Training
Potty Training
I got my eye on You!
I got my eye on You!
Gallery of images of the Coton de Tulear! Here we have posted images of some of our Cotons. The Coton de Tulear is a rare breed dog that is even rarer because it comes from natural selection instead of a breed that was ‘designed’ by breeding programs like some other breeds. Because of that natural selection and breeding, (The History and Folklore of the Coton de Tulear) this breed will come in multiple colors of Brown, Black, White and subcolors like Tan and Champagne and even Calico. For the ‘standard’ and show dog; White is the preference of the breed standards. Though breeders strive for all white dogs not all litters will be solid white. We will put up images of all types of Cotons as they are all lovely dogs.

The gallery of our page has different sized images. As with all our pages, including the Gallery page, you are welcome to email us with any questions you like and we will strive to answer them as best we can. If you end up purchasing a puppy from us, feel free to send images of your puppy and we will post them! We love to see our babies grow up and we love to post images of them for others to see. We can also arrange for Blog posts so that you can share your puppy and their lives as they grow. We actively strive to maintain communication with people that purchase our puppies because no matter what, they are all a part of our family just as much as they are the people that end up with them! Nothing brings more happiness to our hearts than to see puppies grow into beautiful dogs with loving families.

Author Mitchell Tuckness