It puzzles me when I see a tip jar, or when asked about it directly considering $50 is stiff already as a basic grooming fee.
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Good answer. Gracious and well-meaning.
Good point to consider.
True. And I know based on craigslist's job ads on dog groomers, they don't get paid that much either.
Thanks, for stopping by and voicing out your generosity.
And that's my concern, that they ask for it. I wonder what other dog groomers think? I also wonder that for all the service jobs we commission, should we tip? For example, dry cleaners, carpentry, gardening, etc.?
if someone does a great job, your just showing gratitude. Others know when they don't do a good job and it's on them. I believe any type of service deserves a tip if they go above and beyond. If not, the best way to show gratitude is coming back.