ACC Available Adult Cotons Home of the Rare Breed Coton de Tuléar. Occassionally an adult Coton needs to be re-homed for one or more reasons. We will use this page to list available Adult Cotons that are in need of rehoming.
More than most other breeds, the Coton de Tulear needs a great deal of companionship and does not like being left alone for more than a few hours. He is likely to express unhappiness by barking or chewing things up. Potential barking. Like most small dogs, the Coton de Tulear is often quick to bark when he hears or sees something new.
Coton; Pronunciation. Cah-ton de Tu-lay-ahr. Description “Coton” is the French word for cotton. Like the name suggests, the most conspicuous feature of the Coton de Tulear is its coat, which is cottony or fluffy rather than silky. It has a long topcoat. The fluffy hair covers the thin, lightly-muscled forelegs.
The Coton de Tulear, “Royal Dog of Madagascar,” is a bright, happy-go-lucky companion dog whose favorite activities include clowning, cavorting, and following their special human around the house.