Dogs Love Grooming with Send Rover Over Pet Salon

By Sonia Isotov

Owners are always telling the staff at Send Rover Over how excited their dogs get for cuts from their salon.

Send Rover Over is a full-service pet grooming salon centrally located in the Village Place Marketplace, near Valley River Center in the heart of Eugene. Staff absolutely love animals and understand that pets are an important member of the family.

Full groom prices start at $20 (Chihuahua) and can go up to $100 or more for an extra-large, extra hairy dog. This includes a good bath with appropriate shampoo and conditioner when needed, blow-drying, nail trimming, ear cleaning, brushing, and or de-shedding. Staff can also do some light trimming on paws and can do some tidying of feathers, etc. when requested.

Small dog haircuts start at $55.00. This includes shampooing, conditioner when needed, cleaning ears, trimming nails, brushing, combing, and styling to your specifications. Staff can pull ear hair on request.

Most dogs are ready to be picked up in around 2 or 3 hours. Large dogs may take longer.

When clients come to the shop, they are often surprised to see cats. Mostly they are amazed at how much the cats are enjoying the grooming. The staff has really honed the art of cat grooming.

The team at Send Rover Over is a fun-loving crew that keeps the dogs and cats in their care a top priority. Groomers genuinely care about each pet that comes into salon and strive to make every experience a positive one. Because groomers work as a team, there is always someone ready to step in and help a coworker in whatever way needed.

We work by appointment Monday through Saturday. We are often booked out several weeks or so for haircuts, so please call in advance. 

Send Over Rover
Location: 4730 Village Plaza Loop Suite 120, Eugene, OR
Phone: (541) 915-1221
Hours of Operations: Tues – Sat by appt

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