Tuleara

Tuleara

The Coton de Tulear is a small purebred dog from Madagascar, named after Tulear, a city there. Its name comes from that and the fact its coat is cotton like.
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The CTCA Coton de Tulear Standard. A Standard is the description of anideal representative of the breed. The CTCA standard, first publishedin.
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The body is of moderate length and typically has a moderate tuck-up. It likes to swim and can actually keep up with active people for a surprisingly good length and can even join a hike. It's important to protect puppies from jumping on and off furniture while their joints are still developing. No dog, no matter how good-natured, should ever be left unsupervised with a child. Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. The cottony coat may be Tuleara result of a single gene mutation. Responsible Dog Ownership Day Events. Shoulders - The shoulder is muscular. Consider adopting a Coton de Tulear from a rescue group before going to Tuleara breeder. A pink or partly pink nose is not accepted in either standard.