Wonderful Coton de Tulear

Maddie, (formerly Joyce), my coton de tulear, will be 6 months old in a couple of days. She is a fun little dog and I have found that she is a soccer player at heart. She loves to play fetch, but struggles with giving up the tennis ball. Her solution is to keep one tennis ball in her mouth while retrieving a second ball by kicking it with her front paws back to me. She is very accurate with her kicks and can bring the ball back from 20 to 25 feet away by passing it back and forth between her right and left front feet! The Coton de Tulear is a wonderful, loving breed of dog that I highly recommend to anyone looking for a new addition to their family. Maddie has been nicknamed "the neighborhood sweetheart" where I live. Barb at Heartland is great to work with. Thank you for my wonderful dog!

- Marsha Rekart

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