What made the Coton de Tulear the Perfect Pet for me? It ticked all my boxes…

  Soft easy to care coat
  No smell (excellent breed for allergy suffers – super hypoallergenic)
  No shedding (Adult coat)
  Small but sturdy
  Doesn’t need a lot of exercise
  Happy in an apartment
  Very affectionate loves children and other animals
  Always smiling
  Dangerously adorable
  Playful
  Long lived
  Healthy
  Highly intelligent easy to train

Gypsy, our first Coton de Tulear, was a dream come true.

On returning home to Australia, we were mobbed where-ever Gypsy went. A lot of people had heard of the breed and wanted a Coton, and others fell in love with Gypsy, and wanted a Coton. We decided to officially introduce the Coton de Tulear into Australia, the Australian National Kennel Club (ANKC) recognised the breed December 2015, and we became the first registered Coton de Tulear breeders in Australia, 2015.

We are registered with our local council, and Dogs Queensland (QLD), state body for the ANKC, under the name of our Dogs Qld breeder’s prefix, Cotonrun. Late 2015 we imported Jasper, fresh from winning World Dog Best Puppy 2015 in Italy, and Luna, both European age-related champions, to begin our breeding program.

We had our first litters with Gypsy and Luna September 2016. Our family now includes Phryne from our first litter, Mille Fleur and Ragamuffin arriving in 2016, and Quantana joined us in 2017, after winning age related multi European Championships and World Dog Baby in Show 2016, in Moscow.

Introducing this rare new breed is a great responsibility and I have taken care to breed with excellent breeding, and, award-winning and/or dogs from famous proven lines to guarantee the integrity of the Australian Coton de Tulear linage, ensuring I breed healthy quality puppies for loving families.

Since our first litters in 2016 the Coton family has expanded with our puppies living in Sydney, Perth, Launceston, Melbourne and Brisbane.

I don’t want Show Quality only Pet Quality

Pet quality refers to a puppy or dog being sold on Limited Register as a pet not for breeding or Conformation Showing. Some dogs like the show ring and others don’t, however, that doesn’t mean those dogs don’t are incorrectly breed. Under the Australian National Kennel Club (ANKC) rules breeders registered with their ANKC state body MUST breed for the betterment of the breed regardless of the purpose for which it is being breed. Each breed has its own standard and in introducing this rare new breed I have taken care to import and breed with excellent breeding lines, and, award-winning dogs or from famous proven lines to guarantee the integrity of the Cotonrun linage, ensuring I breed healthy quality puppies for loving families.

Since our first litters in 2016 the Coton family has expanded with our puppies living in Sydney, Perth, Launceston, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Buyers beware of false advertising.

I have found several scam artists, advertising on Truebuy, claiming they have Coton de Tulear puppies they need to give away due to various problems.

These scammers ask $400.00 – $950.00 for travel and registration, but they are not legitimate. One scammer sent me a photo of their puppies, cute but not Coton de Tulears, to entice me to pay them money.

When I emailed them it wasn’t a Coton de Tulear they emailed back: “What you want we got everything.” Sadly I have had someone call who did send money and got no puppy.

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Our Dogs

Carbonebianco Jasper
Carbonebianco Luna
Carbonebianco Mille Fleur
Carbonebianco Ragamuffin
Carbonebianco Quantana (Tina)
Cotonrun Phryne
Cotonrun Venus
Cotonrun Casper