My dog had to adjust to the fans

About a year ago I made a big decision when I adopted my dog.

He is certainly a great dog except he has a lot of special quirks.

He has a neurological disorder that limits his mobility and makes him rather hard to deal with on a daily basis. He was always falling into things, flopping onto the ground, and panicking when he couldn’t get back up. However, we made it work, and we spent a lot of time together. Unfortunately, it seems that there are several triggers in life that make him get stressed and more frantic. Apparently, indoor air temperature control is a one his most scary areas of life, but yesterday I could not understand why he kept barking and growling as we sat around in ice freezing a/c and enjoyed the fact that it was brutally hot outside, then I was seriously happy to be sitting indoors, with a cooling unit chugging away in the background to supply fresh and clean air to the apartment. I was more than happy to sit right in front of the window A/C units and enjoy all of the cool air that was passing through the vents. However, clearly my dog did not feel the same way about the indoor air temperature control. He was flinging himself over around the room barking, looking certainly upset at the a/c units and the box fan on the floor. If we turned off the a/c devices, my dog calmed right down, but then the indoor air temperature suddenly increased until he started panting and complaining about the indoor air quality levels. At the end of the day, he had to get used to the A/C equipment and I had to keep my cool.

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