Apologies for dog behaviour

PUBLISHED: 11:21 25 June 2009 | UPDATED: 16:03 11 May 2010

It is through these pages that I would like to make a formal apology to the gentleman I met very early on Sunday morning who had a less than agreeable encounter with my terrier.



I hate to leave any situation on a negative note but the time and the place

It is through these pages that I would like to make a formal apology to the gentleman I met very early on Sunday morning who had a less than agreeable encounter with my terrier.

I hate to leave any situation on a negative note but the time and the place was neither the time nor the place for any further dialogue, as my goal was to remove my dog from the situation as swiftly as possible. As a result we parted quickly with only the echo of the justified verbal ringing in my ears.

So, sir, I'm sure you know who you are even if I don't know you, please accept my sincerest apologies for my dog's appalling behaviour on Sunday, and for my not being quick enough to get him on the lead this time. And I thank you for the mention of the newspaper in our brief "discussion" as it has provided me, I hope, with a means with which to contact you.

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