Coton de Tulear, Bailey, nickname - Dinkie

by Lubby
(North Vancouver, BC)



My beautiful little Coton de Tulear, Bailey, has brought such joy to my life at a time when I needed it the most. My mother had become ill and I spent all my time with her until her passing and then came home to find my 12 year old Minature Schnauzer had become very ill while I was with my mom. I had to have her go to heaven to be with my mom! I miss them both very much!

I am so grateful for my beautiful, cuddly little Bailey! He makes me laugh and supplies me with more kisses and love than I could have ever imagined.

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May 21, 2012
what a wonderful life
by: Lubby & Bailey

I posted this 2 years ago now, and the only responses I received were just within the last month, your post and one from last months newsletter. It is so gratifying to be able to share with you and have you share your wonderful stories with me about your life with your beautiful cotons and how they have helped both yourself and your families. They have brought back beautiful memories of my mom and my buddy. My little Dinkie is now 2-1/2 years old, and what a great companion/best friend he has grown up to be. He is my heart and soul...just knowing me so well and how to continue to make me smile with kisses and running around like a crazy dog....crazy in love..He jumps up on me and gives me a hug and kisses every day. Take care

May 20, 2012
know what you mean
by: Irene

Hi,My husband died almost two years ago. . He was sick for about a year but knowing that I loved dogs and (our last one also had to be put to sleep). We had been without one for several years He suggested we get a puppy. I had had belgian sheherds since my son was 6 yrs. old. Showed them and bred one litter for my grandchildren .but they were too big for me to handle now with two total knee replacements and total shoulder replacement. My husband always said they were my dodgs. Well I went on line and found this breed I had never heard of,seemed perfect for us. And we contacted a breeder and picked him up. My husband named him "Baily". The dog was such a comfort to my husband through out his illness and laid between his legs on the lounge chair. Now he is my comfort and companion and lays between my legs on the lounge chair and gets me to get out and take him for his walks. Everyone of my family*
all five grandchildren from age 22 to 13 thinks he is the greatest) and friends loves him and he loves them all back, He is such a happy dog. He loves to play with his toys and when I am too busy he entertains himself with his toys, He gets along with my graNDCHILDREN'S DOGS AND CATS AND LOVES TO WATCH MY ONE GRANDDAUGHTER RIDE HER HORSE.AFTER HAVING BELGIANS WHO ARE SO SMART I SAID I HAD TO HAVE AN INTELLIGENT DOG AND HE IS THAT !!!! NEVER THOUGHT I WOULD LOVE A BREED AS MUCH AS MY GRENENDALE ALL BLACK BELGIANS BUT HE HAS DONE THAT... AND HELPS TO FILL THE EMPTY SPOT IN MY HEART FOR MY HUSBAND, WHO KNEW WHAT I WOULD NEED !!!! These dogs are great. Irene

May 24, 2010
by: Gale

I'm so sorry to hear about your recent losses. I understand what you mean about the power of love these little Cotons possess.

I too was grieving losses in my life when I found Luc. Like your Bailey, he brought instant relief, joy, and laughter.

Bailey is precious, thank you so much for sharing.

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