The charge is the equivalent of a misdemeanor in the United States.
Hague had been charged by authorities after the emergence of an July 2014 surveillance video from a Vancouver hotel that showed him tormenting a 5-month-old Doberman pinscher named Sade in an elevator.
"This incident is completely and utterly out of character and I am ashamed and deeply embarrassed." On Friday, Hague told CNBC that before he got into the elevator with Sade, the dog He also said, "I've replayed the incident time and time again." Hague said Sade's owner remains a friend of his.
Hague, who earned at least $4.7 million annually, originally agreed with Centerplate as a condition of his continued employment to undergo anger management counseling, donate $100,000 personally to an animal charity and do 1,000 hours of community service. Hague's resignation days later came after a petition calling for his firing topped 150,000 signatures.
Hague is seen on the video repeatedly kicking the dog.