Colon de Tulear

Colon de Tulear

The Coton de Tulear dog has soft, milky-white fur and an adorable face, which are two of his standout features. In addition, he has a happy-go-lucky personality with a sweet and gentle disposition. He’s so friendly and gets along with everyone. He’s very lively and is always up for a new adventure.

  • A hypoallergenic breed and good for allergy sufferers
  • Sturdy and small for easy traveling and apartment living
  • Aware of his surroundings and makes a great watchdog

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How to pronounce Coton de Tulear?

Coton de Tulear pronunciation is “co-TAWN-day too-LEE-are” in English.

How long do Coton de Tulear dogs live?

The lifespan of a Coton de Tulear is somewhere from 14 to 16 years of age.

Does a Coton de Tulear shed?

Coton de Tulear dogs are considered to be a low-shedding breed.

Are Coton de Tulear hypoallergenic?

Yes, a Coton de Tulear qualifies as a hypoallergenic dog. This is a good choice of dog breeds for allergy sufferers.

How big does a Coton de Tulear get?

The Coton de Tulear dog differs slightly in weight between the genders. Males weigh anywhere between 10 to 12 inches, while females can weigh somewhere between 9 to 11 inches.

How big are Coton de Tulear dogs?

The Coton de Tulear weight differs between the genders. A male can range anywhere from 8.8 to 13 pounds, while a female can vary between 7.7 to 11 pounds.

When are Coton de Tulear full grown?

Like height and weight, a full grown Coton de Tulear differs between the genders. A male reaches his fully grown body around his first birthday, while a female doesn’t take as long as reachers her adult body somewhere between 10 to 11 months of age.

Are Coton de Tulear easy to potty train?

There have been two trains of thought about whether or not Coton de Tulear dogs are easy to potty train. The first thought is, they are eager to please, which makes them easy to train. The flip side is that they are difficult to train, but if given a schedule, consistent outings, and constant praise, they will learn fairly quickly.

Are Coton de Tulear easy to train?

Yes, a Coton de Tulear is easy to train because it’s highly intelligent and picks up commands quickly, but it does possess a stubborn streak which sometimes can get in the way of the training process. This is a soft dog, so it responds to softer discipline.

Are Coton de Tulear good family dogs?

Yes, a Coton de Tulear dog is a good companion and family dog who gets along well with people, kids, and pets. He has a happy and social personality, and he’s very patient and gentle with children.

Are Coton de Tulear smart?

The Coton de Tulear is an extremely intelligent dog, which comes in handy when it comes to obedience and training.

Do Coton de Tulear dogs bark a lot?

Coton de Tulear dogs bark here and there. When they do bark it’s within reason, such as when they see, hear and sense things.

Are Coton de Tulear aggressive?

A Coton de Tuléar can become aggressive or react out of fear if it’s not properly trained or socialized from an early age.

Can a Coton de Tulear be left alone?

Being a companion dog, the Coton de Tulear can’t be left alone for any longer than 3 to 5 hours. If left alone for too long, they can suffer from separation anxiety, and this can lead to destructive behaviors.

How much should a Coton de Tulear eat?

A Coton de Tulear dog should eat twice a day and should be consuming around ¾ cup of high-quality dog food.

How much should I feed my Coton de Tulear puppy?

Coton de Tulear puppies between 8 to 12 weeks old should be consuming 4 bowls of food within a day, and 3 meals for 3 to 6 months of age. Six months and up should be having two bowls per day.

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