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HEALTH MATTERS TO THE COTON DE TULEAR BREEDERS OF EXCELLENCE

HEALTH MATTERS TO THE COTON DE TULEAR BREEDERS OF EXCELLENCE
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Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Young Male Available

Very sweet young male available for adoption.  Please contact Lynn at Renaissancecotons@gmail.com or phone at 203-298-0428 for more information on this very smart and loving little guy.  He will make perfect addition to your family. He is potty trained and crate trained.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Welcome Alika Tia Cotons

The Coton de Tulear Breeders of Excellence would like to Welcome Alika Tia Cotons to our group.  We are very pleased that Linda has decided to join us.

Alika Tia Cotons 
Linda Brooks
Hawkestone, Ontario, Canada
705-487-5426
Email: shoes.and.dogs@hotmail.com
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Welcome Shiloh Cotons

The Breeders of Excellence would like to welcome Shiloh Cotons to our group.  We are very happy that Kellie has decided to join us.  

Shiloh Cotons
 Kellie Bruce
Aledo, Texas 
Phone: 817-946-5645
Email: Kellie@shilohcotons.com
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Litter due end of October 2012

Puppies and Adults are available

Coton de Tulear Puppies and Adults are Available

Our puppies are reserved quickly. We health test all of our breeding dogs. Health matters!
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Coton de Tulear of Tara has 1 male puppy available from a recent litter. For more information, contact Carol attaractns@cotondog.com or (817) 295-4046. Visit Coton de Tulear of Tara at http://www.cotondog.com.
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Payzac Cotons has male and female puppies ready for their new homes. 2 special female adults are available. The girls are retired from breeding. A recent litter of puppies will be available for new homes the first weekend of December 2012. For more information, contact Joanne at payzaccotons@hotmail.com or (416) 282-9253. Visit the Payzac Cotons blog at:www.payzaccotondetulear.blogspot.com.
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Fluffy Acres Cotons has 1 male puppy available to reserve. For more information contact Connie at (847) 564-0492 or emailDoculabs@aol.com. Visit the Fluffy Acres Cotons website at www.fluffyacrescotons.com.
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Happy Hearts Coton de Tulear has puppies available from litters born in August and early September 2012. For more information, visit Happy Hearts Coton de Tulear at: www.happyheartscoton.com. If you are interested in reserving a puppy, contact Sharyn and Kathy at info@happyheartscoton.com or (949) 241-2455.
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SanDee's Dixie Bell and SanDee's Good Luck Charm expect their litter to arrive the end of November 2012. For more information, visit SanDee's Cotons at http://www.cotondetulearpuppiesbreeder.com/. If you are interested in reserving a puppy, contact Sandra at sbearden@crcom.net
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Peachtree Cotons is now taking reservations for puppies expected close to New Year's Day 2013. The sire and dam of the future litter are Gr. Ch. Lenny Vom Zotteligen Zamprel and Ch. Soleil Blanc of Fluffy Acres. For more information, visitwww.peachtreecotons.com. If you are interested in reserving a puppy, contact Barbara at (770) 393-4137 or emailcotontango@gmail.com
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Monday, October 1, 2012

Payzac Cotons

The Breeders of Excellence would like to welcome a new breeder to our group.
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Payzac Cotons
Joanne Mouryas
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
416-282-9253
Email: payzaccotons@hotmail.com

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Payzac Cotons breeds quality puppies.  Joanne is very active in the Coton community in Canada, and health tests all of her breeding dogs.  We are proud to add her to our group of highly ethical breeders. 

Puppies ready to go home
Two female adults available
Litter due late September


Coton de Tulear Puppies and Adults are Available

Our puppies are reserved quickly. We health test all of our breeding dogs. Health matters!


Happy Hearts Coton de Tulear has 2 female puppies and 1 male puppy available from litters born in August and early September 2012. For more information, visit Happy Hearts Coton de Tulear at: www.happyheartscoton.com. If you are interested in reserving a puppy, contact Sharyn and Kathy at info@happyheartscoton.com or (949) 241-2455.

SanDee's Cotons has 4 female puppies available . Also, 1 litter is expected September 2012. For more information, visit SanDee's Cotons at http://www.cotondetulearpuppiesbreeder.com/ or email sbearden@crcom.net 

Coton de Tulear of Tara announcement: 2 boys and 1 girl were born July 27, 2012. Two new litters arrived August 2012. Male puppies are available from the recent litters. For more information, visit Coton de Tulear of Tara athttp://www.cotondog.com. If you are interested in reserving a puppy, contact Carol at taractns@cotondog.com or (817) 295-4046.


Payzac Cotons has male and female puppies ready to go their new homes. 2 special female adults are available. The girls are retired from breeding. A litter is due late September. For more information, contact Joanne atpayzaccotons@hotmail.com or (416) 282-9253. Visit the Payzac Cotons blog at: www.payzaccotondetulear.blogspot.com.


Please watch our Breeder Directory for new birth announcements and future litter plans.




Sunday, August 5, 2012

Puppies and young adults are available

The Coton de Tulear Breeders of Excellence do have a limited number of puppies available to approved homes. Also, adult Cotons may be available as well. Please write us for more information. Our puppies are placed in loving homes very quickly, and in a lot of cases before they are even born. We health test all of our breeding dogs.

Thursday, February 9, 2012

Puppies and adults are available

The Coton de Tulear Breeders of Excellence do have puppies available.  Also, adult Cotons may be available as well.  Scroll down on this blog for more information or please write us.
Our puppies are placed in loving homes very quickly, and in a lot of cases before they are even born.  We health test all of our breeding dogs.

February is National Dental Health Month

February is National Dental Health Month.
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Brush Up on Pet Dental Care

February is National Pet Dental Health Month, which makes it a good time to focus on your pet’s oral hygiene.
Puppies and kittens all begin life with clean, white teeth (and is there anything sweeter than puppy breath?). Healthy teeth are an important part of a pet’s overall health. As time goes by, plaque builds up and decay can set in. Bacteria in the mouth can spread to other parts of the body and cause serious infections, as in humans.
Although you may consider the dental bones that Fido gnaws on and the healthy kibble Kitty downs to be sufficient to keep their choppers in top working order, they may not be.
Learning how to brush your pet’s teeth can help to keep them in good working order and prevent diseases.
When and How to Brush Your Pet’s Teeth
Use toothpaste or a cleaning product designed for the animal. Human toothpastes have chemicals that can be toxic to pets if swallowed. Find appropriate products at a pet store or ask your veterinarian for a recommendation.
Take your time. Before you introduce the toothbrush, get your pet accustomed to having your hands near his mouth. While the two of you are relaxed, use your fingers to stroke his cheek like you would when you start brushing his teeth.
Give him a taste. Squeeze a small portion of the special toothpaste onto your finger and let him taste. Pet toothpaste is formulated to have a pleasant flavor.
Introduce the toothbrush. The first few times you try, you may end up brushing just a few teeth before your pet starts to squirm or rebel. That’s okay. Don’t force it.
Stop while it’s still fun. You don’t want to make your pet afraid of the toothbrush. Quit brushing while he’s still enjoying it and praise and snuggle with him afterwards. If you make this time fun for both of you, you’ll ultimately be able to brush without a struggle.
Keep trying. Slowly work up to cleaning the pet’s entire mouth, especially the molars in the back. Don’t worry too much about getting to the inside of his mouth. If you only brush teeth on the outside, you’ll still get most of the plaque.
Reap the rewards. One of the big advantages of brushing your pet’s teeth regularly, and starting from an early age, is that his teeth may not require professional cleaning. That involves placing the animal under anesthesia and is expensive, making the procedure something most pet owners prefer to avoid.
Do speak to your veterinarian if your pet has very bad breath. Although bad oral hygiene is most often the cause, it could reflect other health problems.
Some pet owners swear that their dog or cat actually smiles. Helping them maintain a set of clean choppers will give them another reason to do so.