Meet Robyn Comeau
As a former science teacher and a student of genetics, Robyn lends a unique blend of scientific understanding with 15 years of hands-on breeding experience.
Originally from Iowa, Robyn has always had a love of animals. So when it came time to choose a college, Robyn went to William Woods University in Fulton, Missouri. William Woods stands as one of the best colleges for Equestrian Studies. So it was a great place for Robyn to earn her degree in biochemistry, with an emphasis in genetics and animal sciences.
After graduating, Robyn continued to pursue her love of science, teaching science in Florida for more than 15 years. During her time in Green Cove Springs, she went on to become the Science Department Chairperson for the School Board of Clay County.
In 2004, Robyn began breeding Olde English Bulldogges. Originally started as a hobby, Robyn began to see the benefit her ethical breeding methods brought to the profession. In 2011, Robyn made the decision to move full-time into breeding. Providing healthy, rare colored dogs not only created an enjoyable career, but a real opportunity to develop a right way of breeding dogs.
Today Robyn continues to breed dogs and is developing a program to train and certify other dog trainers in the hope of spreading ethical breeding practices.