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2014 Coton de Tulear Calendar

2014 Coton de Tulear Calendar cover

The American Coton Club creates an annual, beautiful, full color 11″ x 17″ wall calendar for Coton lovers around the globe. The calendar features twelve months of stunning photographs showcasing Cotons from around the world depicting the beauty and charm of the rare breed Coton de Tulear.

This is a must-have item for Coton owners and fanciers! You will see the Coton de Tulear breed as a versatile, wonderful and unique dog capable of everything from being a great family companion, to competing in agility, swimming with the family and conformation show dog.

The rare breed Coton de Tulear does it all!

The ACC is a 501(c) 3 non profit organization and proceeds from calendar sales support health testing and educational programs for the Coton de Tulear.

The 2014 Coton de Tulear Calendar is the perfect gift for Coton lovers!!

In addition to lovely Coton photos shown on the main calendar pages there are also many more Coton photos throughout each month!

Click here to order your 2014 Coton de Tulear Calendar today!

2014 Coton de Tulear calendar

This is a sample of the month of February 2014. Lots of lovely Cotons throughout the each month.

http://www.americancotonclub.com/CotonCalendar.htm

The price is $25.00 which includes Free shipping!!

SPECIAL OFFER… BUY 3 GET 1 FREE Order 3 calendars and an additional calendar will automatically be mailed with your order.

 **The Coton de Tulear calendar is copyright protected by the American Coton Club. Individual photos used in the calendar remain under the copyright protection of the owners who submitted the photos.**

 
American Coton Club
Home of the Rare Breed Coton de Tulear
www.AmericanCotonClub.com
ACC@AmericanCotonClub.com
 
 
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LOST Coton de Tulear- Spokane Valley, WA. UPDATE 1/11/2014 FOUND!!!!

Lost Coton de Tulear in Spoke Valley, Washington

Lost Coton de Tulear in Spokane Valley, Washington

 

LOST COTON DE TULEAR Dog – SPOKANE VALLEY, WASHINGTON
Cherie, female, lost in Spokane Valley, WA., Lost afternoon of 1/10/2014.
She and her Coton brother escaped from their fenced back yard, but male was found.
Female still missing.  No microchip.
Please call (509) 389-8279 with any information or sightings.
The Coton is owned by Christine Gallegos.
Please Share and Cross-post!!!!

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American Coton Club
Home of the Rare Breed Coton de Tulear
http://www.americancotonclub.com/
ACC@AmericanCotonClub.com
 

 

 

Coton de Tulear Breeders Do Not Cotton to the American Kennel Club

New article in the Blog for the Mayor’s Alliance of NYC Animals

by Thea Feldman

Coton de Tulear Breeders Do Not Cotton to the American Kennel Club

http://www.animalalliancenyc.org/wordpress/2013/03/coton-de-tulear-breeders-do-not-cotton-to-the-american-kennel-club/

 

 

 

LOST Coton de Tulear- Colorado 81632

Lost- Coton de Tulear

 

Tanner, a white rare breed Coton de Tulear was lost near a rest area in Edwards, Colorado in Eagle County.  Tanner is a 12 pound intact male dog.  He is wearing a harness and is microchipped.

He escaped from the car near a rest area just North of Interstate 70.  Owner and friends are searching the area now.  There was one sighting of Tanner but he became frightened and ran.

If you see a small white dog in Edwards, Colorado please call Kris Forke at:   970-343-0761

 

LOST Coton de Tulear-Peabody, MA- has been Found!!!

Lost Coton de Tulear

Bodie has been Found!!!  Thanks to all who helped bring Bodie home.

**Update to street listing*** Missing in Peabody, MA 3/6/2013 – Bodie is a 2 year old 21 lb, Coton de Tulear. He is friendly but shy and is microchipped. He was last seen on Winnegance Avenue near Lynn St. He was staying at pet sitters so may not know the area. The location is very busy so please share to bring this boy home soon. (djc)

Please call (978) 854-5812 or (978) 395-5146

 

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Say NO to USACTC & AKC

Say No to USACTC & AKC

USACTC & AKC not good for the rare breed Coton de Tulear.

 

From ACT- Advocates for the Coton de Tulear:

Supporters- Not only do Coton owners and breeders fight against recognition by the American Kennel Club, but we also fight the battle against the Coton club that is seeking AKC recognition. The club that is taking the breed against the wishes of the majority of Coton owners is the USACTC.  How can anyone put showing above the health and welfare of a breed?
Get familiar with the names that are responsible.  http://usactc.org/breeders/breeders-directory/

These are the people that support the actions of USACTC.  Here is a link to their board members http://usactc.org/club-information/board-members/

You may notice that some of the names in charge may not be listed in their own Breeders list.  Why?

Send them an e-mail and let them know that you support the Coton de Tulear as a rare breed and that the breed is not ready for AKC.  Say “No to AKC”!

Please also contact AKC and let them know your thoughts about AKC recognition for this precious rare breed.

http://www.akc.org/contact/index.cfm?action=contact_akc

 

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New York Times article about AKC

Safety Concerns Stoke Criticism of Kennel Club

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/10/sports/many-animal-lovers-now-see-american-kennel-club-as-an-outlier.html

Cotons mentioned in New York Times article about the American Kennel Club.

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AKC link to puppy mills

The Humane Society has a message for dog lovers…..

In advance of the televised AKC National dog show this weekend, please help us make dog lovers aware of the AKC’s links to puppy mills.

http://www.humanesociety.org/news/press_releases/2013/01/akc-national-championship-puppy-mills-013013.html

 

 

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AKC COTONS SOLD IN PUPPY MILL

by
Robert Jay Russell, Ph.D.,
Madagascar Coton de Tulear Club of America President,

September 30th, 2012. For those of you unfamiliar with the story, a small show fancy dog club (called the “USACTC”) has taken their population of Eurocotons into the AKC, opening up the flood gates for thousands of dogs labeled “Coton de Tulear” to be housed in barns and bred under horrendous conditions. The puppies of these dogs are sold in pet shops nationwide and on the internet as “AKC Registered Cotons de Tulear.” The parents of these Cotons are housed in wire-bottomed crates until they no longer produce puppies or until the puppy mill owner has no further need of them. Then they are shot and buried on the farm or sold at auction to other puppy millers. Those dogs who are not sold at auction will almost certainly be killed. Here is just one posting by Jane Arrington about an auction of AKC Cotons coming up in a few days…

I am reposting the information about the AKC-registered Cotons that will be sold at auction on October 6 and leaving off the kennel name. These dogs are from a known kennel that produces Cotons, Havanese, and Papillons. The contact information, if anyone is interested in helping these dogs, is below. As these are AKC dogs, you need to contact Ruth Weidrick of the USACTC and ask if she plans to rescue any or all of these dogs. It should be noted that the kennel is not going out of business, they are just consigning their unwanted animals to an auction and the poor babies will be purchased by other “high volume breeders” if they are are not rescued. The dilemma becomes one of whether you wish to help these animals while enabling the kennel owner or do you just turn your back on the animals in hopes that the kennel owner will reduce the number of Cotons she is producing. Chances are, if these dogs are not purchased at auction, they will be shot, drowned or endure some other horrible fate. This is reality from the rescue side of the coin. :-(

“October 6 puppy mill auction by Southwest Kennel Auction…. 14 Coton de Tulear dogs will be auctioned in Oklahoma (7 males and 7 females – ages unknown as they have not posted the catalog yet).

I am not sure if Ruth Weidrick will be sending any representatives to this auction to rescue these dogs but if you have an interest, please contact Ruth – President of USACTC – as she is also listed as the rescue representative for AKC-registered Coton de Tulear.”

Dr. Russell continues:
We abhor the organization that the AKC has become. Please do not support the sale of puppy mill produced puppies.
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copyright 2012 Dr. R. J. Russell & the CTCA
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Coton de Tulear Grooming Book


Coton Grooming Book

 

Coton Grooming book

Coton Grooming book cover

The American Coton Club is proud to announce that the Coton Grooming book is now available in North America. The American Coton Club has an exclusive distribution agreement with the publisher and can now make this wonderful Coton grooming book easily available to all who would like to order it in the United States and Canada.

 

The book for ALL owners of Coton De Tulear.
Family pet or show dog? This book is indispensable.

 

Get detailed information on grooming and caring for
your Coton De Tulear from a world leading expert:

  • Which brushes, combs, shampoos, etc. to use
  • How to wash and blow-dry your Coton De Tulear
  • How to groom your Coton De Tulear – Step by step
  • How to manage tangles and a discolored coat
  • and much more!!

 

Get those secrets from grooming expert Brigitte Jespersen herself.
She is twice World Champion with Bahiya in 2009 and 2011.

 

Now you can learn to groom your Coton De Tulear like an expert.
Not only will its coat look so much better, it will also
take a lot longer before it gets tangled again.

 

To purchase the new Coton Grooming book written by Brigitte Jespersen and Helle Sydendal visit the ACC web site or click the Buy now button.

 

Price: $43.00 Plus shipping

 



 

 

American Coton Club
Home of the Rare Breed Coton de Tulear
http://www.AmericanCotonClub.com
info@AmericanCotonClub.com

Coton de Tulear Neonatal Ataxia Health Testing Fund

Bandera’s Neonatal Ataxia Health Testing Fund for Breeding Cotons

June 12, 2012

 

In June 2011 the American Coton Club created a Health Testing Fund for ACC Code of Ethics Breeders. One year later we are proud to announce that the Health Testing Fund for Bandera’s Neonatal Ataxia (BNAt) DNA testing of the Coton de Tulear has been extended to all Coton de Tulear breeders!

 

Due to the overwhelming generosity of the Coton community’s purchases of the 2012 Coton de Tulear Calendar the American Coton Club (ACC) has established the ACC Neonatal Ataxia Health Testing Fund that is now available to all Coton de Tulear Breeders.

 

Health and Education are a primary goal of the American Coton Club and this is one way that we can help the Coton Community in eradicating this preventable disease from the Coton de Tulear gene pool.

 

We would like to publicly thank all of those that ordered the 2012 Coton de Tulear Calendar as you have made it possible for ACC to establish this fund. We hope to continue to help the Coton Community.

 

Health Fund Details:

The American Coton Club will donate funds for DNA testing of Bandera’s Neonatal Ataxia (BNAt) for Coton de Tulear Breeders in hopes of helping to eliminate this disease from the Coton gene pool.

 

This fund is open to all Coton de Tulear Breeders to use for their breeding Cotons. The ACC will gift $20.00 per Coton de Tulear to Coton de Tulear Breeders who DNA test for Bandera’s Neonatal Ataxia, up to a maximum of 2 Cotons tested per breeder.

 

The ACC Bandera’s Neonatal Ataxia Health Testing Fund will be for Cotons tested from June 1, 2012 until the health fund is depleted. To reserve your gift please e-mail the ACC Health Committee before sending in your DNA samples. Proof of the completed test must also be forwarded to the ACC Health Committee before you may receive your gift. Proof of your test can be your certificate or a receipt from the lab. All test results will remain confidential. If your Coton was tested prior to this notice but after June 1, 2012 you may send in your proof of test to receive your gift.

 

We hope that the ACC Bandera’s Neonatal Ataxia Health Testing Fund will help defray the cost of the DNA test and will encourage breeders to test their breeding Cotons. Testing your breeding Cotons will ensure no carriers are bred to one another. Testing allows breeders to make informed breeding decisions so that we can eliminate this disease from the Coton de Tulear gene pool and never have to hear of a tragic Bandera’s litter being born again.

 

If you have any questions please feel free to contact the ACC Health Committee or for more information about the disease and links to the research and testing facilities please visit our Coton de Tulear DNA test web page.

 

ACC would like to thank everyone for their generosity as well as a special thank you to all who submitted photos for the 2012 Coton de Tulear calendar. You all helped make this health testing fund possible! ACC has started working on the 2013 Coton de Tulear Calendar and encourages everyone to send in their Coton photos for the project. Please send photos to Photos@AmericanCotonClub.com.

 

Disclaimer: The Bandera’s Neonatal Ataxia DNA test may not be accurate for Cotons with unverifiable heritage. This test is specifically for purebred Cotons de Tulear.

 

 

Sincerely,

Hailey Parker on behalf of the ACC Board of Directors

American Coton Club

http://www.AmericanCotonClub.com/

info@AmericanCotonClub.com

 

Coton de Tulear Party!!!

 

MARK THIS DATE ON YOUR CALENDAR!!!!!

March 24, 2012


2010 Hosting Crew

Invitation to the 11th Annual Coton de Tulear Party!!!

Date: Saturday, March 24th, 2012

Time: 11:00 a.m. – until the last person leaves. (not beyond a week)

Place: Hoof ‘n’ Paw Haven (Bruce and Coreen’s place)


It’s almost here!  Don’t miss out!


Description: This party is an opportunity for people and Cotons to meet new and old friends.  Many Coton family reunions take place at the party. All people who love Cotons are welcomed.  Invite anyone you know who are Coton owners and friends.  Food and drinks are provided by the hosts.   Guests are more than welcome to bring a favorite snack or beverage, but it is not necessary.

Coreen and Bruce

 

This Coton Party is a must for all Coton lovers!!  To read more about the Coton party as well as past parties please check out the Coton Party page at the American Coton Club. http://www.americancotonclub.com/cotonparties.htm

 

American Coton Club

Home of the Rare Breed Coton de Tulear

www.AmericanCotonClub.com

info@AmericanCotonClub.com

 

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American Coton Club – Coton de Tulear Introduction

American Coton Club – Coton de Tulear Introduction

Coton de Tulear photo

Coton de Tulear dogs from Code of Ethics Breeder Dennis Presley

Has the Rare Breed Coton De Tulear caught your fancy?  Has the tale of their ancient pirate and shipwreck beginnings completely intrigued you?  Do you think they are the cutest thing you ever laid your eyes on?  This delightful “Royal Dog of Madagascar” and companion to the Malagasy Kings & Nobles has absolutely taken over our hearts forever.

 

The Coton de Tulear, or “Coton” for short, is a wonderful companion. They make an excellent choice for families with children and are the perfect addition to the family. They are quickly devoted and affectionate making an excellent loving companion. The Coton de Tulear can be quite intuitive and is often used in therapy programs helping those with special needs. They are sturdy and fast making them great in agility which is fun for the Coton and its owner.

 

Cotons were bred and developed for the sole purpose of being a loyal loving companion dog.  They are well suited for this purpose because of their happy personalities, adaptable character, loving attitude, intelligence, entertaining mannerisms and overall cuteness. Cotons tend to adapt to their family’s lifestyle which make them a wonderful pet for a broad spectrum of people.  They are happy couch potatoes or thrilled to take a long hike in the mountains with you. Just let them know and they’ll happily follow.

Cotons have been referred to as the “anti-depressant” breed because of their general happiness and abilities to cheer the down and out with their smile, funny play or general empathetic personality. The Coton is a happy dog which doesn’t get too upset with anything that comes their way. Cotons are a relatively healthy breed and look forward to living a life of 15+ years.

Cotons are very smart and aim to please their owners. When given praise and a yummy treat they catch on quickly to training and new commands. They are always up for a new challenge. They do very well in the show ring with their lovely long white coat flowing as they walk around the ring and Cotons love the attention from people and judges.

 

Cotons derived their name from their beautiful long cotton coats and from their original Bay of  Tulear location on the island of Madagascar. The beautiful Coton coat actually has a purpose by being an excellent insulation from heat and cold. The cotton coat is airy and fluffy allowing for air to circulate creating a cooling effect. A Coton in full coat requires daily care but it’s also possible to keep them in a shorter “puppy cut” for easier maintenance.

 

The Coton coat color is predominantly white as the FCI standard states but Cotons do have color in their genetic heritage.  They also possess a strong color dilution gene which means the coat color fades to white or champagne as a Coton matures. Coton markings can be black, fawn, champagne or a tri-color combination. It’s not uncommon to see a white adult Coton which was very dark in color as a small puppy.

 

The Coton de Tulear coat does not shed, thus they are regarded as being “hypo-allergenic” making them an excellent choice for those who may suffer from dog allergies.

 

Once you are loved by a Coton, there is no turning back from this charming creature which brings great joy and happiness to your life and will warm your heart for many years to come.

 

Have fun visiting the ACC web site and getting to know the Rare Breed Coton de Tulear. If you have any questions please feel free to contactACC or one of our ACC Code of Ethics breeders.

 

Coton de Tulear in field of cotton

 

American Coton Club

Home  of the Rare Breed Coton de Tulear

www.AmericanCotonClub.com

info@AmericanCotonClub.com

 

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Presidents Day SALE- Coton de Tulear calendar

Coton de Tulear calendar 2012

The cover of the 2012 Coton de Tulear calendar.

Presidents Day Sale!  $5.00 discount on the 2012 Coton de Tulear calendar.

A beautiful new full color 11″ x 17″ wall calendar has been created by the American Coton Club and is now available for purchase. Featuring twelve months of stunning photographs showcasing Cotons from around the world depicting both the beauty and charm of the rare breed Coton de Tulear, this is a must-have item for the new year! You will see the Coton de Tulear breed as a versatile, wonderful and unique dog capable of everything from being a great family companion, to competing in agility, swimming with the family and conformation show dog.

 

The rare breed Coton de Tulear does it all!

 

The ACC is a 501(c) 3 non profit organization and proceeds from calendar sales will support health testing and educational programs for the Coton de Tulear. The 2012 Coton de Tulear Calendar is the perfect gift for Coton lovers!!

 

In addition to lovely Coton photos shown on the main calendar pages there are also many more Coton photos throughout each month!

Preview of February Coton de Tulear calendar

Free shipping offer extended!!

Click here to order TODAY for your Presidents Day sale!!

$20. and FREE Shipping.

 

American Coton Club

Home  of the Rare Breed Coton de Tulear

www.AmericanCotonClub.com

info@AmericanCotonClub.com

 

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Happy Valentine’s Day Coton de Tulear fanciers

Happy Valentine's Day!

Happy Valentine’s Day from the American Coton Club.

The beautiful Coton de Tulear is “Flora” and is owned by Jacob and Diane Benaroch, Code of Ethics Breeders with the American Coton Club.  Flora, as well  as several other beautiful Cotons are featured in the February 2012 Coton de Tulear calendar.

Order yours today!!  http://americancotonclub.com/CotonCalendar.htm

 



Wishing you and your Cotons a safe and romantic Valentine’s Day.

**Remember to keep your chocolate candy away from your Coton de Tulear as chocolate is toxic to dogs.

 

 

American Coton Club

Home of he Rare Breed Coton de Tulear

www.AmericanCotonClub.com

info@AmericanCotonClub.com

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2012 Coton de Tulear calendar- Collectors item

Beautiful new Coton de Tulear calendar!!!

Order your 2012 Coton de Tulear calendar today!!

A beautiful new full color 11″ x 17″ wall calendar has been created by the American Coton Club and is now available for purchase. Featuring twelve months of stunning photographs showcasing Cotons from around the world depicting both the beauty and charm of the rare breed Coton de Tulear, this is a must-have item for the new year!

You will see the Coton de Tulear breed as a versatile, wonderful and unique dog capable of everything from being a great family companion, to competing in agility, swimming with the family and conformation show dog.

The rare breed Coton de Tulear does it all!

The ACC is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization and proceeds from calendar sales will support health testing and educational programs for the Coton de Tulear. The 2012 Coton de Tulear Calendar is the perfect gift for Coton lovers!!

In addition to lovely Coton photos shown on the main calendar pages there are also many more Coton photos throughout each month!

 

 

Click here to order your 2012 Coton de Tulear Calendar today!
**Free shipping!!**

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American Coton Club
Home of the Rare Breed Coton de Tulear
www.AmericanCotonClub.com
info@AmericanCotonClub.com

 

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NEW- 2012 Coton de Tulear calendar

Beautiful new Coton de Tulear calendar!!!

 

Ready for 2012?  Order the 2012 Coton de Tulear calendar today!!

A beautiful new full color 11″ x 17″ wall calendar has been created by the American Coton Club and is now available for purchase. Featuring twelve months of stunning photographs showcasing Cotons from around the world depicting both the beauty and charm of the rare breed Coton de Tulear, this is a must-have item for the new year!

 

You will see the Coton de Tulear breed as a versatile, wonderful and unique dog capable of everything from being a great family companion, to competing in agility, swimming with the family and conformation show dog.

 

The rare breed Coton de Tulear does it all!

 

The ACC is a 501(c)3 non profit organization and proceeds from calendar sales will support health testing and educational programs for the Coton de Tulear.  The 2012 Coton de Tulear Calendar is the perfect gift for Coton lovers!!

 

In addition to lovely Coton photos shown on the main calendar pages there are also many more Coton photos throughout each month!

 

Click here to order your 2012 Coton de Tulear Calendar today!
**Free shipping on orders placed by December 31, 2011.**

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American Coton Club
Home of the Rare Breed Coton de Tulear
www.AmericanCotonClub.com
info@AmericanCotonClub.com

 

2012 Coton de Tulear Calendar

December 2012 Coton de Tulear calendar

Just in time for the holidays!!!

A beautiful new full color 11″ x 17″ wall calendar has been created by the American Coton Club and is now available for purchase. Featuring twelve months of stunning photographs showcasing Cotons from around the world depicting both the beauty and charm of the rare breed Coton de Tulear, this is a must-have item for the new year!

 

You will see the Coton de Tulear breed as a versatile, wonderful and unique dog capable of everything from being a great family companion, to competing in agility, swimming with the family and conformation show dog.

 

The rare breed Coton de Tulear does it all!

 

The ACC is a 501(c)3 non profit organization and proceeds from calendar sales will support health testing and educational programs for the Coton de Tulear.  The 2012 Coton de Tulear Calendar is the perfect gift for Coton lovers!!

 

In addition to lovely Coton photos shown on the main calendar pages there are also many more Coton photos throughout each month!

 

Click here to order your 2012 Coton de Tulear Calendar today!
**Free shipping on orders placed by December 31, 2011.**

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American Coton Club
Home of the Rare Breed Coton de Tulear
www.AmericanCotonClub.com
info@AmericanCotonClub.com

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LOST Coton de Tulear- now FOUND!!!!

Lost Rare Breed Coton de Tulear in Gatineau, just across the river from Ottawa Canada

Hope was lost on October 18th in Outaouais Masson Angers Canada at 128
Rue des Aulnes in the back courtyard of my daughter’s house.
Hope’s owner, Sylvie Bernard, alerted the police but they are unable to help as they do
not handle lost dog complaints.

The dogs owner, Sylvie Bernard, has placed ads in newspapers in the Ottawa area including Le
Bulletin and the Journal de Montreal. She has placed 600 fliers about
her missing Coton de Tulear, Hope, in postboxes in her area, alerted all the vets and pet grooming
salons in her area and she is also offering a reward.

Please help find Hope and bring her home.

Hope is a 2 year old white female Coton de Tulear lost in Gatineau, Canada which is just across the river from Ottawa.
She had puppies on June 1, 2011 and her hair was cut short before she gave birth.
Her microchip number is: 956000001752569.

Hope disappeared in Outaouais in the district of Masson-Angers (now annexed to Gatineau City) on October 18th at 8:30 at
128 Des Aulnes (at my daughter as I was babysitting my grand childrens). They were in the fenced backyard. It all happened in
Five minutes. Hope was outside with Bonnie her daughter. When I saw Bonnie coming in alone which is not usual because she
Followed her mommy everywhere, I went outside to find her. But she was not there. I looked and knocked at doors, looked in
Many backyards, plus signs everywhere and ads, distributed 600 brochure about Hope to the post office, went to all the vets,
Grooming salons, pet stores – still nothing.

I truly want to thank you for all your cooperation. I dream of my Hope…she completely fills all my thoughts at every moment
Of my daily life.

Sylvie Bernard.

In French:

Bonjour,

Hope a disparu en Outaouais dans la district de Masson-Angers (maintenant annexée à la ville de Gatineau) le 18 octobre 2011 à 8h30 au 128 rue Des Aulnes (chez ma fille, je gardais mes petits-fils) dans la cour arrière qui était clôturée. Le tout s’est passé dans 5 minutes, elle était à l’éxtérieur avec Bonnie (sa fille) quand j’ai vue Bonnie revenir seule ce qui n’est pas son habitude, elle suivait sa maman partout, tout le temps, j’ai sorti à l’extérieur et tenté de la retrouver en vain. Je l’ai cherché en cognant aux portes, visiter les cours arrières, me promener avec ses 2 filles, placé des avis de recherches partout, distribution de 600 avis de recherche par le bureau de poste du village, visiter les vétérinaires, salon de toilettage, animalerie, placé des affiches aux dépanneurs, toujours introuvable.

Je vous remercie de votre coopération, je rêve de ma Hope et elle envahit complètement mes pensées quotidiennes.

Sylvie Bernard

Contact Information -

Sylvie Bernard
116, Rue Gareau,
Maniwaki, Qc
J9E 1A7

Phone number: 819-444-8589
Cell Phone number : 1-819-334-4370

Email: cotonbonbon@hotmail.com

Sylvie is a member of the American Coton Club (ACC) and the ACC will be posting details and contact information on all of the ACC social media sites in an effort to help Hope get back home.
Please let us know if you have any information which might help Hope get back home.

American Coton Club
Home of the Rare Breed Coton de Tulear
http://www.AmericanCotonClub.com
CotonRescue@AmericanCotonClub.com

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Coton de Tulear versus AKC and Puppy mills

A Closer Look At Animal Welfare Issues :

BCTV- WEDNESDAY NIGHT

THE COTON de TULEAR versus AKC AND PUPPY MILLS

Host:  Tina Evangelista-Eppenstein

Tune in tomorrow night on BCTV (A Close-Up Look at Animal Welfare Issues) at 6:30 when my guest, Robyn Rosenthal, Secretary for the Advocates for the Coton de Tulear (ACT) and I will continue our discussion on the AKC’s decision to name another Coton de Tulear group as the “parent club” of the breed. Watch and see why this is a bad decision for this breed or any breed of dog.

Find out why the American Kennel Club is a misnomer at best.

With PA’s dog law ready to go into full effect on July 1st, what will this mean for the dogs in puppy mills that are actually supported by the AKC?

With a new Special Deputy Secretary of Agriculture, Lynn Diehl, replacing Jessie Smith, who has no experience with animals but 32 yrs. of a banking background, what will this mean for PA’s commercial kennels?

Find out the answers to these questions and more on tomorrow night’s show. You can streamline live the show at BCTV.

If you have any questions/comments, please feel free to call in during the live program at 610-378-0426. You can email me personally at tevangelistaepp@yahoo.com.

http://www.bctv.org/bctv/see_schedule/

http://readingeagle.com/blog.aspx?bid=74&id=22991&t=BCTV-WEDNESDAY-NIGHT-AKC-VS-THE-COTON

 

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American Coton Club

Home of the Rare Breed Coton de Tulear

http://www.AmericanCotonClub.com

info@AmericanCotonClub.com

 

Please sign the petition to help Save the Coton de Tulear from AKC and Puppy Mills!!

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/95/Protect-the-rare-breed-Coton-de-Tulear/