The little dog was about the size of our Westie, long haired, black and white, very clean and in good condition. It was very friendly with our dog as well as with people, my impression was that it was a very young dog.
After I picked up the dog I spoke to one of the salesmen who was talking to another man. I asked him if he would take take the dog in and contact the RSPCA and he said he would. He went through a back door into the showroom and I put the dog in after him and closed the door. The main doors to the showroom were at the other end and are self-closing and were closed. Returning to the Showroom (the doors were closed!) immediately after the road accident, I asked a man in a suit sitting at a desk if he had let the dog out and he said he had.
He also said that it was not his job to look after dogs. I asked him if he had a dog himself and his reply was "no fear"!
If what Skoda is now claiming were true, and I had been told at the time that the dog had unfortunately escaped, we would not be having this dialogue now!
Gottfried and Marilyn Steigmann
Don't know about you, but I'm all fired up again... what do you think folks? What do we do next? This just gets worse and worse.... a simple 'sorry' might have been the best strategy from Skoda.