Coton de Tulear Club of America Forms for Code of Ethics Breeders
The CTCA maintains the oldest, continuously active Coton de Tulear registry in the world. It was begun in 1973, and it now contains the names, the pedigrees, and a wealth of health, conformation, and genetical information about more than 2,800 individual Cotons that live in North America and elsewhere.
Only a CTCA Code of Ethics Breeder can register a puppy with the CTCA. This page is online to provide forms for those breeders. If you are a CTCA Code of Ethics Breeder, you need to use ONE Form 1 for the litter and one Form 2 for EACH puppy in that litter. You may, view, download and print out the necessary forms by clicking on the appropriate links below:
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