Royal Parks police said that around 9:40 p.m. on the Saturday after the crash, officials were called into the park and a man was arrested on suspicion of alcohol driving.
The dog was taken to a vet for treatment after initially fearful of having a broken leg. It is recovering now, added police.
Royal Parks police tweeted that the scooter driver was carrying the dog when the crash occurred.
They added, “The driver of an e-scooter got off in Hyde Park last night … The dog broke his leg.
In response, one person wrote, “Hope the dog recovers quickly.”
Police said a 31-year-old from Camden was accused of exceeding the limit while in charge of a motorized vehicle and driving it without insurance. He is due to appear before the judges on January 11th.
Privately owned e-scooters are still illegal on London’s streets and sidewalks. Drivers run the risk of a fixed £ 300 fine of six points on their license if stopped by the police.