Robin was born and raised in Saskatchewan, grew up on a large dairy farm operation and has had a lifelong love of animals and in particular, dogs.
After graduating in 1980, she moved to Regina, worked at the Regina Police Service and at the Saskatchewan Legislative Building before marrying in 1987.
As life sometimes goes after leaving an unhealthy situation, she became a single mom with three sons under the age of 5 in the early 90’s and looking to find quick employment began working as a server, with the intention of moving on to something more “meaningful” when her boys were a little older.She grew to love the customer service aspect of her job, and the connections she made with people on a daily basis.
Needing and wanting a change after many years in the industry, Robin looked into careers in massage therapy, real estate sales and was also interested in becoming a funeral director, knowing she wanted to help and serve people.
During this time she lost her last, best doggo Sugar to cancer and started doing research into commercially made dog treats and food.It soon became clear why over recent years, so many dogs have become needlessly sick and dying from terrible diseases, including cancer.