Nowadays we’re more likely to associate re-boots with modern remakes of classic films or our favourite TV shows, remade for a new generation. It’s been suggested often that when Hollywood producers run out of good ideas for new films, they lean on the success of the past and simply remake an already proven hit. It’s controversial, but you do see the logic, writes Ryan O’Meara. TalkingPoint… Why Can’t We Do a Re-Boot on Broken Dog Breeds?