When I got our pet I thought he was going to be harshly brave and tough, and he entirely had the body for it, however little did I know, he would genuinely be a large scaredy critter, and his worst enemy would be… the air conditioner plan that we had installed last year at the end of the sweaty summerâ€¦ Every time the heating, cooling, and air quality control plan comes on, you’d better believe that he is out of here, and the pet goes legitimately mad, running around the house, barking his brains out, and hiding behind furniture as soon as the high quality indoor air starts flowing! I easily don’t know what’s come over him, because our seasoned cooling plan was not such a terror to the terrier.
In fact, he used to snuggle up next to the air vents whenever we had the cooling plan operating a few years ago, however since getting a more powerful indoor air handling device, it seems appreciate our pooch has decided that he’s against heating, cooling, and air quality control solutions.
I can’t tell you how several times I”ve tried to show him that the cold air feels nice and rapidly reduces his temperature when he’s panting his head off, but the presence of the cold air streaming through our air vents only seems to make him pant more with stress. I’ve even gone so far as to ask our heating, cooling, and ventilation worker if he had any chances for silent cooling systems without any flowing air! Unluckyly, until we can afford a brand new heat pump, I don’t believe we’ll be reducing our pet’s heating and cooling distress. At this point, I’m just interested in dosing him with anti-anxiety meds for the entire hot and humid summer.