Does a boy will need a doggy? We’ll find out. We adopted a new pet

I’ve constantly read that a boy needs a dog.   But I have listened to a…

In this column, John Gosselink wonders if a boy really needs a dog. His family adopted a new pet after his son asked for one. 
In this file photo, a dog and its owner cool off at Gus Fruh Pool on the Barton Creek Greenbelt in Austin.

I’ve constantly read that a boy needs a dog.  

But I have listened to a good deal of matters that turned out to be bunk: consume 64 ounces of h2o a working day (my body’s fairly fantastic at allowing me know if I’m thirsty without having possessing to power it and experience like l have a Castilian Bota tucked powering my pancreas), no just one on his deathbed needs he had put in more time at the business (except if you maintain acquiring fired for not being in the workplace and die broke), and the Superbowl yearly costs the country $6.1 billion in misplaced efficiency (in accordance to the Division of Built-up Quantities).

So, just since plenty of people explain to you some thing, it does not make it correct (wow, what a sensible statement. I adore when people spout the evident and then act like it is some profound insight).