The Official website of the Canadian Tulear Club Cotton (CCTC). The CCTC is THE National Breed Club with both the Canine Federation of Canada (CFC) and the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC).  


The Canadian Cotton Tulear Club (CCTC) is a Canadian non-profit organization created to share their mutual interest.

The CCTC was founded in 1993 by Monique and Denis Carriere of Ottawa, Ontario. The Canadian Kennel Club officially accredited the CCTC as the National Parent Breed Club in 1994. Shortly thereafter, the official Club newsletter, the Malagasy Cotton, was created and has been published quarterly ever since.

The administrative operations of the Club are managed by a seven member Board of Directors. The members of the club elect the Board bi-annually.

All work is volunteer, and revenues are generated by membership fees and advertising fees. All members vow to abide by a Code of Ethics which governs the breeding of cotons and aims to protect and preserve the breed and strive for its betterment.

The club's objective is to support, educate and advise owners and breeders about the Coton de Tulear, and to preserve the breed of breed according to the FCI breed standard.

The club hosts a national Breed Specialty Dog Show which is held annually.