John McCullagh March 8, 2004

It was an amusing story, certainly, but my attention was grabbed by that introduction!  Most dogs in this city get only a five-minute walk on a lead each day.  That was a great solace to me for I’d laboured under the illusion that I alone suffered from pet-owners on this count.  It’s because a number of my neighbours consider their dogs to be house-trained when they deposit their treasures in someone else’s garden [preferably mine!].  If the unfortunate mutt is so precipitate as to choose mine, then his evening walkies is immediately terminated and he is returned to his paddock.  If you don’t believe me, come and examine the evidence!

‘Most dogs in this city get only a five-minute walk on a lead each day,’ Karl Lentze told reporters in Berlin.  But I’d got the wrong end of the lead!  He was on a sales pitch.

‘That’s not long enough to sniff another canine, let alone indulge in a bit of fun.  Our dog brothel will allow them to release their frustrations and will suit the fast-paced modern life of their owners too.

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