Gorgeous Coton de Tuléar
We have two wonderful Coton de Tuléar, Lilli and Neppi. If you only love dogs and puppies. These two cute dogs have lived in three different countries, Finland, Estonia, and Spain. The smaller and younger Lilli moved to Estonia at the age of 6 weeks.
Lilli was very wild and our older dog Neppi hated little Lilli for excessive energy. It took several weeks for Neppi to adopt a little over-energetic Coton puppy. Since then, however, they have been inseparable. Lilli gave the old dog new energy and Nepi started to find a young playful dog back.
I want to know more about the two great Coton de Tuléar and their nature. A charming and cuddly breed of dog with a great personality, Coton de Tulear is always ready for a moment with you. This smart little dog with a cotton coat comes from Madagascar and joins the Bichon Frize and Maltese.
Coton de Tulear is known for its soft cotton-like fur (hence the name Coton, which is French for “cotton”).
Coton is a strong and tough dog that fits many homes.
Coton de Tulear is a good dog for an allergic family because the dog has no undercoat and does not have hair or dandruff which causes allergies. Originally bred companion dogs, dogs are friendly to children and strangers. Coton de Tulears is very playful and forms close ties with everyone. They also get along well with other pets.
Coton de Tulear does not require much and enjoys staying at home and jogging outdoors. However, Coton needs a lot of love and attention. She likes grooming and delicacies. Our dogs get a lot of delicacies and have always had free food but they don’t eat more than they need. Sometimes we even have to feed by hand to taste the food.
Because of their great laid-back nature, reduced sports needs, and the willingness to curl up next to you, Coton de Tulear would do well in most homes, homes and smaller houses, big homes. However, if this is your first time with Coton, it is important to note: Coton de Tulear training can be challenging. As with most small dogs, weaving most people have their own minds and maybe stubborn many times. However, they are wonderful and friendly.