Comments on Brushing a Coton de Tulear

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mlynn   morrisville, PA

1/22/2014 1:56:21 PM

Oh, and I brush her daily. Even if its only for a minute. Every day a knot goes without attention just gets bigger. I even carry a small wire brush in my purse for those quick little primp moments. She enjoys it just as much as playtime especially because there is a mini milk bone afterwards!

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mlynn   morrisville, PA

1/22/2014 1:51:20 PM

I use a flexible wire bristle brush by Top Paw. It has two sides, a black side which is stiff and a blue side which is softer. She prefers the blue side. For her face I found a little comb my husband gave me from his electric razor to comb his mustache. She sits so well for me and its perfect. I don't worry about her eyes while using it.

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teri   sedrowoolley, Washington

11/7/2012 9:00:05 PM

i have 2 little girl cotons & im thinking (just thinking) about breeding them they are both beautiful awesome little girls but i can find the right male for them any suggestions?

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Susan   Spokane, WA

1/7/2012 7:55:13 PM

We have a Coton de Tulear puppy who has started to get his adult coat. Although I try to brush him on a daily basis, he's becoming knotted and it's difficult to remove the knots. I was told this is due to the new adult coat mixing with the puppy coat. It's been suggested to use a "quiet" cordless dog clipper and I'm hoping someone can tell me which cordless clipper is quiet and also effective. Thank you.

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Janet   Bethlehem, PA

6/25/2011 8:58:11 AM

good article, thanks

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bobbie   los angeles, CA

6/23/2010 9:40:39 AM

Would that be "Grooming" (not BREEDING) a Coton de Tuelar? Both in the heading of the blog and above the Submit a comment.

Nice clear instructions on grooming by Kathy, but I don't think it will get me puppies.

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