Tall Cotons

Holly and Scout, Tall female Cotons from Classy Malagasy Cotons,  8 months old, our granddoggers!

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Tall Mokey of Classy Malagasy Cotons, another granddogger!

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Tall Cotons

Wembley Bear taken 4-11-2011 - 7 months old, 17 inches tall

Tall Wembley Bear of Kolosky Cotons 4-11-2011

Wembley Bear of Kolosky Cotons living in Bellingham, WA 12-11-2010


Tall Zoky Bitaka of Kolosky Cotons living in Minnesota  8-1-2010


Zoky Bitaka in the snow 12-11-2010, 16.25 inches tall

Jack of Kolosky Cotons, our tall black-and-white male living in San Francisco  3-25-09


Jack of Kolosky Cotons taken on 10-14-2010


Jack of Kolosky Cotons in Carmel - April 2014



Skye of Kolosky Cotons taken on 1-31-09

Skye's own website address   Skyedoggie

Skye of Kolosky Cotons on 3-27-2010 at Coreen Savikko's Coton Party 


A very tall Ella III of Kolosky Cotons on 05/22/2010 

Ella III on 09-05-2010.  Visit her website www.CotonsofTustinRanch.com


Tall Bella Kai of Kolosky Cotons taken 9-8-07


Tall Bella Kai of Kolosky Cotons taken 4-16-08, living in Hawaii


Tall Chloe of Kolosky Cotons taken 9-29-07


Chloe of Kolosky Cotons as an adult


Tucker Bear of Kolosky Cotons, age one year, living in Omaha 10-31-09

Tall Tucker Bear of Kolosky Cotons at home in Omaha 10-31-09

 Tall Cotons
The extremely rare TALL Coton de Tulear is historically an ancient part of the Malagasy Coton de Tulear pure breed dog.  Tall Malagasy Cotons have been produced in litters of Standard sized Cotons in Madagascar, North America and Europe. The Malagasy natives and French colonists reported Tall Cotons in litters on the island more than 40 years ago. Virtually every known bloodline can produce a Tall Coton. Tall Cotons are long-legged and graceful, much like a very small sight hound (albeit Malagasy Cotons are not hunters and lack a prey drive). Tall Cotons have all the many excellent traits this breed is known for; many owners claim that these Cotons are even gentler than the standard Coton.  Back in 1996, the Coton de Tulear Club of America (the CTCA) and some of its Code of Ethics Breeders created a serious scientific experimental breeding protocol in an attempt to understand the genetics of Coton tallness.  As of yet, there has not been a Standard written for the Tall Coton.  Tall Cotons are exceptionally rare, but more are being produced every year.

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