Breed: Coton de Tulear
Updated: 4th Mar 2018
I am delighted to announce my second Spring litter of pedigree white Coton de Tulears. As a hobby breeder I register 4 litters per year with the Kennel Club - My girls all come into season at the same time hence having 2 litters close together. I have 4 boys in this litter.
Their Sire is a beautiful, full coated, gentle boy and Mum is also of very gentle temperament with a full, thick coat. These are amazing lines and produce amazing huge coats. There are pictures of both my dogs in the ad. Puppies are clear by parentage on DNA tests. Both parents are here for you to meet.
They are already developing really strong individual characters and have entered that wonderful, vocal stage! I am a Naturopath who believes in natural rearing for my dogs and my puppies (and for people!) and therefore they are already being immunised using canine nosodes, wormed with Diatomaceous Earth or Verm-X and raw-food weaned with all the right supplements of oils and seaweeds.
I would hope that anyone interested in one of my babies would carry on this, their best start and way forward in life. I provide all information and a raw food starter puppy pack (naturally depending on the distance you travel!) with supplement starters if necessary. Cotons are considered to be non-shedding and truly have no dog odour even when wet; intelligent, playful, loving and the best companions in the world!
No full-time workers please as these little guys would suffer by being left as they feel a lot of anxiety on separation! Pad-training starts early and then outside toilet training - weather permitting (sadly not currently the case!). Indoor challenges are set up for them as they cannot go into their garden. Fully socialised before 6 weeks and raised with my other Cotons together with vacuum cleaners, visiting children, blasting radios, and very little quiet! Vet health check and microchips undertaken around 8 weeks.
Please call my landline number preferably from your landline ONLY if you are serious as I need no timewasters! As a breed they love to run and need to do so for their health. A daily walk and at least some free running time is essential for perfect health. They are dogs not toys!! Please do your research on Cotons before deciding to buy one and then just have their coat shorn - they are long-coated dogs who look amazing. If you don't want to spend the short daily time grooming - please don't buy one! The puppies will be ready to leave between 9 and 10 weeks depending on their individual development. I ask for a deposit/holding fee of £450 which is non-refundable even if you change your mind.
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Born on / due:
28th Jan 2018
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