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catering company Centerplate when video surfaced that showed him kicking a small, cowering dog five times and swinging it up from the ground by its leash. Hague remains unemployed, his lawyer told the court.
He also resigned from Centerplate and was ordered by the company to donate $100,000 US to animal welfare following the public furor over the August 2014 incident. The five-month old puppy, named Sade, was not Hague's dog, but he had been asked by a friend to take it for a walk.
Hague's defence lawyer argued that the incident was completely out of character and the former CEO has already been punished by losing his job over the negative publicity.
"I can assure the court these incidents will never happen, ever again." The Crown asked that Hague be fined $5,000 and banned from owning or controlling animals for three years.
"Clearly this is something I am very, very sorry about," said Hague at Vancouver provincial court on Wednesday afternoon.