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Our Groomers have Style!

 

Our Rover Come Over groomers have attended multiple grooming expos and styling seminars including those held in Hershey, Pennsylvania and Novi, Michigan. Beyond learning the latest in technique and styling trends, they've completed training classes dealing with canine health, skin and coat care and working with various dog temperaments.


Professional groomers know the character, habits and coat characteristics of many different breeds. 


They also know the standards of style and appearance for the various breeds. 

To work successfully with dogs and cats, they have to be animal psychologists, understanding how to handle dogs with very different personality types and behaviors, making the grooming experience pleasant for everyone. 


Finally, they are educators, teaching dog owners what they need to do to maintain their dog's grooming and keep their dog healthy and well-cared for.


​Our groomers, Lindsey, Kadi and Sheila are anxious to meet you and your precious pups.  Special requests or preferences? Our groomers will take the time to listen. With their years of training and experience they do their best to groom your dog just the way you like. 


Read more about our Rover Come Over groomers.

PLEASE NOTE

Please Note: Rover Come Over requires that all dogs receiving any Rover service be up-to-date with their vaccinations (Rabies, DHPP, Bordatella, Leptospirosis and Canine Influenza). Please have your vet fax vaccination records to us at 419-861-9101 prior to your appointment. 



Dog Flu Vaccination

Training to be a groomer involves more than just clippers an

GREAT REASONS TO BATHE YOUR DOG

  • Your dog wears the same thing every day 
  •  Your dog exercises everyday 
  •  Your dog lies in dirt
  •  Your dog rolls in smelly things  
  • Your dog’s coat collects weeds and insects
  • Your dog never brushes his hair
  • Your dog doesn’t shower
  • Your house smells like a dog
  • You wouldn’t let your other children go without bathing
  • You will enjoy a clean, shinning, sweet-smelling dog!


Did you know?

Training to be a groomer involves more than just clippers and scissors. The many skills a groomer must master include Trimming, Dematting, Coat thinning, Shaving, Coat Striping, Pre-bath coat shaving, Clipper finish, Scissor finish, Sanitation trims, Ear hair removal, Popular breed ID, Dog evaluation, Animal handling, Drying techniques, Parasite removal & recognition, Canine Dental Care, Kennel & Tub Sanitation, Chemical Flea Dips, Product Knowledge, Skin condition Recognition, Anal Gland Expressing, De-shedding techniques, De-skunking techniques.

Rover Come Over Groomers

Kadi

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Kadi is an Anthony Wayne grad with more than two years of experience as a certified groomer. She enjoys the working environment at Rover because of "the great people and wonderful pups." Kadi takes great pride in making all of her four-legged clients look their very best and she has a soft spot for the boxers, great Danes and bulldogs--"you know, all the drooly ones." Kadi's current menagerie includes her German shepherd Princess and her two ferrets, Ferrita and Biscuit.

Lindsey

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Lindsey does it all at Rover! She completed the Small Animal Care program at Penta Career Center and works as both a groomer and daycare attendant. She grew up with dogs and currently lives with her border collie/Irish setter mix Hazel, her cat Mittens and her rabbit, Sprinkles. She loves working with dogs of widely varying breeds and personalities and her eventual goal is to become an Animal Control Officer.

Sheila

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After years of working full-time as a nursing assistant with Mercy Healthcare and six+ years part-time as a pet bather/brusher, Sheila acquired her grooming certification from Clip-N-Dales. She prides herself in making all of the various breeds of dogs look great and takes joy in their unique personalities. When not at Rover she enjoys biking, swimming and spoiling her cats Finley and Stellan.