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Tipping Dog Trainers

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I have a question concerning tipping of dog trainers. My dog is at "camp" for training. Do I tip the trainer when I pick him up? I have tipped other guides for good service. I looking for some guidence here.

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Fishnbuddy

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I think if you feel that it looks as though he did a bang up job or got more out of your dog than originally expected, a tip would probably be appreciated. ANother time that may pay big dividends is if you plan on returning with the pooch for some advance training.

Maybe look at picking up a $50 gift card to Gander Mountain or Cabelas. Those seem to stick in their head more than slipping a couple twentys into their pocket.

Good Luck!

Ken

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I totally agree with Ken, If you think he did an awesome job with rover, let him know it with a little extra. I know they get paid for what they do but some really go out of their way for you.

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Thanks for the great advice. I am looking foward to picking up the camper in a couple of weeks. Do you think sending him a dog biscit at camp is a bad thing? Just kidding

dave

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