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About Cream Puff Labradoodles

Cream Puff Labradoodles was founded in New Jersey in 2010 by CPA and actor, Don Robinson. Having grown up on a farm in Texas, Don had labradors his entire life. Sadly he became allergic to his best friends when he developed asthma following 9/11; as a CPA he was working close by the towers when they fell. After nine years of taking medication to combat his allergies, his beloved companions passed away. With a young family, Don wanted to find a breed of dog that had the size and temperament of the labradors he so dearly missed, yet most of the non-shedding breeds he was not allergic to were small dogs. Labradoodles became the obvious choice.  Don researched the breed extensively and in doing so discovered how many “backyard” breeders were out there, prompting him to begin his journey of breeding quality Australian Labradoodles. This also became a way to share with his daughters some of his cherished childhood experiences from growing up on a farm surrounded by animals.

 

Shortly after Cream Puff Labradoodles began, a close friend of Don's, Megan McLoughlin, decided to adopt one of our guardian puppies, who she named Molly. Being close friends with Don and his husband Sean, Megan spent a lot of time with their dogs and puppies, growing to know and love the labradoodle breed. As Cream Puff grew, Don found himself needing a Business Manager, Megan was the natural choice. As someone who always adopted rescue dogs, she realized the life-changing love labradoodles could provide to those with allergies. Megan will continue to ensure the ethical breeding standards that Don previously set in place, as she takes on the role of Pack Leader.

Today, Cream Puff Labradoodles is presided over by Megan who runs the day to day operations of the company, while Don remains in the background actively working to help guide Cream Puff's genetics and diversity mission.

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Our Team

Meet the Cream Puff Labradoodles team! Our dedicated team are here to help out with any questions you might have. We are committed to providing excellent service and pride ourselves in the extensive knowledge they collectively possess.

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Megan

CEO & Pack Leader

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Marianne

Office Manager

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Matt

Puppy Handler

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Rachel

Puppy Manager

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Kristen

Puppy Handler

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Magda

Administrator

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Diane

Client Liaison

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Denetra

Puppy Nanny

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Kevin

Puppy Chauffeur

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Stephanie

Brand Manager

Our Philosophy

We have searched extensively for just the right mix of Grand Old Australian Lines combined with exciting new American Lines to breed what we believe is your perfect companion dog. We believe the original founders of the Australian Labradoodle (Tegan Park and Rutland Manor) intended that the breed be a fleece coated dog comprised of the perfect mixture of mostly Poodle and Labrador resulting in a mixture of 3 breeds with the Cocker Spaniel being a small influence to “silken” the coat. By following ALAA guidelines and researching our dogs pedigrees extensively, we believe that we offer something special as we maintain a poodle content in our Australian Labradoodle program at around 75%. We hold that the texture and softness of our puppies’ beautiful silky fleece coats speaks for themselves! We propose that the gorgeous fleece coat and consistency of coat in the “Perfect Australian Labradoodle” is what sets the breed apart from the purebred poodle and other “Doodle” mixes. (see “Doodle History” tab for more information regarding the 3 breed “mixture” comprising Australian Labradoodles.) 

 

Please do your homework before purchasing a puppy.  You should research the pedigrees of the parent dogs and know what breeds are represented in the pedigrees of any puppy you are considering buying.  In the case of our puppies, we’ve already done that research for you and would be happy to share it with you.

 

NOTE regarding “ALF generations”:  In 2008, the ALAA changed how “ALF generations” should be listed by its members.  It was felt that ALF Generation numbers were confusing to a potential buyer and their use was discontinued. It is more about the coat type of a puppy and their parents coats than a higher “ALF” number when choosing an Australian Labradoodle puppy. Helping you chose the puppy with the coat that matches your needs is where the breeder becomes invaluable to informing your decision.

 

Testimonials

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