CEO of company in charge of ND concessions shown abusing dog

CEO of company in charge of ND concessions shown abusing dog
Article from WNDU-TV:

UPDATE: Centerplate has issued a statement regarding its CEO being caught on video abusing a dog.

CEO Desmond Hague will be given a written censure from the company, will donate $ 100,000 to the Sade Foundation and will serve 1,000 hours of community service for an organization that supports animal welfare.

“We pride ourselves as individuals and as a company on how we treat others—both humans and animals,” the release stated. “The company finds Mr. Hague’s personal behavior unacceptable and outside the bounds of our high standards and expectations of all of our staff. We do not condone nor can we overlook the mistreatment of animals and Mr. Hague’s personal misconduct.”

— ORIGINAL STORY —

Newly released video shows a man in an elevator repeatedly kicking a dog and pulling its leash hard enough to lift the animal off the floor.

Now, we’ve learned, the man owns a company that does business at Notre Dame.

Investigators in Vancouver identified the suspect as Desmond Hague, chief executive officer of Centerplate, the company in charge of providing concessions at Notre Dame Stad…………………continues on WNDU-TV
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Capture Your Canine’s Exploits With the New GoPro Dog Mount
Article from Wired:

GoPro footage from a dog is probably even better than from a human. GoPro

For too long I’ve watched my human record hours of inane footage on a little camera strapped to his chest or helmet. Sometimes he attaches it to his mountain bike or surfboard. The results aren’t any better. He’s missing the most exciting perspective of all: Mine.

Thankfully GoPro has a new harness designed specifically for me and my 15-120 pound canine compatriots. The Fetch dog harness securely mounts a GoPro camera onto either my back, or chest. For those silly short-legged dogs, like corgis, the chest mount is even removable. The adjustment points of the harness are all padded, so there’s no fur-pinching, and the material the…………………continues on Wired
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