By Marty Hal

I want my boy to have a dog,
Or maybe two or three...
He'll learn from them much easier
Than he would learn from me.
A dog will show him how to love
And bear no grudge or hate;
I'm not so good at that myself
But dogs will do it straight.
I want my boy to have a dog
To be his pal and friend,
So he may learn that friendship
Is faithful to the end.
There never yet has been a dog
Who learned to double-cross,
Nor catered to you when you won
Then dropped you when you lost.

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