American Coton Club Membership Options


American Coton Club General Membership

Join the American Coton Club for $25 per year and enjoy the following benefits:


    • A purebred Coton de Tuléar Breed Registry.
    • Education and Information on our commitment to remain a Rare Breed Club in order to preserve the health, well-being, and genetic integrity of the Coton de Tuléar breed and protect it from puppy mills.
    • A rigorous and enforced Code of Ethics applying to COE Breeders.
    • A Registry of Health Test Certified Cotons bred by Code of Ethics Breeders that lists certified health test results for individual Cotons in order to bring puppy buyers and reputable breeders together.
    • A Breeder Directory listed by location.
    • Information on FCI and other standards, the significance of color in Cotons, and the need for promoting healthy bloodlines to maintain a vigorous gene pool.
    • The Coton Community Health Survey founded and supported by the American Coton Club with results from people who elect to complete the survey.
    • Wonderful Photo Galleries of Coton de Tuléar.
    • As an American Coton Club Member you are invited to share photos and stories about your Coton de Tuléar, as well as articles, information about health, nutrition, and other Coton related news.
    • An informative Coton de Tuléar News blog to which members may contribute.
    • An American Coton Club Facebook page and Facebook Group to share information and stories with the Coton community.
    • Coton Tales a Yahoo Groups Internet forum for sharing information and questions about your Coton.
    • Discounts on merchandise and a Coton Products web page to help you find everything you'll need for your Coton de Tuléar.
    • The American Coton Club has been the Breed Club Sponsor for CERF, Canine Eye Registration Foundation and supports research and genetic testing for the Coton de Tuléar.


American Coton Club Code of Ethics Breeder Membership


The American Coton Club offers the finest Coton de Tuléar Code of Ethics Breeders Program in North America. New breeders are carefully screened for their breeding philosophies, ethical views, commitment to preserving the Coton de Tuléar as a rare breed by not supporting the AKC, and goals for their breeding program.

All American Coton Club Breeders must follow a Code of Ethics, health test all breeding stock according to the American Coton Club Health Testing Program, offer a spay/neuter sales contract, seek only the best puppy placements, stay networked with other American Coton Club Coton breeders, register all puppies produced with the American Coton Club and offer an official American Coton Club pedigree to all owners.


For more information on an American Coton Club COE Breeder Membership please visit our COE Breeders Application