Yesterday, on a little afternoon-walkaround, my tweedcoat was bitten by an "Weimaraner"-dog. First, I thought, it was on the arm (my hands were secure, in the pockets!), but there was no visible damage and I thought, the coat overcame it easily. I wasn't really angry, and didn't confront this young guy. I was going on, circa one kilometre, looked again and again on my coat and then, I saw it, down behind the right pocket! And my advantage is that little town! The chance, to meet the young guy or THIS dog again, is not that little! I just have to stand often and long as possilble at that area, with this "dog-walk". And if they appear, I will just take their adress and let the guy photograph the damage on my coat with his mobilephone, so that he can show it to his responsibles. And after the repair, I will send them the bill! First try, the unbureaucratic way. Good luck, that the damage is on this unconspicious position, down behind the pocket! And good luck, that it's just a mass-market-coat!