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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


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!!!!


American Coton Club
Home of the Rare Breed Coton de Tulear



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



LOST – Coton de Tulear

LOST Coton de Tulear

LOST Coton de Tulear in Colorado

LOST Coton de Tulear

Coton missing in Snowmass, Colorado.

Snowmass is near Aspen, Colorado.  Sierra is a white female Coton de Tulear.  If you see a small white dog in this area please call her owner, Kris Forke, immediately to let her know you may have seen Sierra.

Sierra has been missing since 11am on Sunday, October 24, 2010.

Please call if you think you may have spotted Sierra.



Sierra was lost from Little Elk Creek Subdivision in Snowmass Colorado at around 11am Sunday Oct. 24, 2010.  Two (2) people saw her around noon but they couldn’t get her.   She’s not been seen since.

The Sheriff’s Department has been notified and will call all shelters, animal control, area veterinarians, radio stations, etc. tomorrow.

Please help Kris find her Coton.  If you know anyone in Colorado please send a link to this post.  We want to help Sierra get back home to Kris!!

Kris Forke

Snowmass, Colorado

phone: 970-927-4657

This alert is provided by the American Coton Club.  Permission granted to cross-post.

American Coton Club