You can truly never assume what is going to be transformative in the early lives of critters, however i suppose both of us all assume a human being who has a weird preoccupation with something from their childhood, however some of us are obsessed with huge critters, soft blankets, or a particular story book, then others have never overcome their fear of the dark, pools of water, or being mocked by their siblings.
Obviously, humans are deeply impacted by the events that happened while in development.., then but what about our pets? Based on the fact that my dog is literally in love with air vents, I suppose that their early experiences matter too; When my dog was young he found a way to sneak into the air vent 1 day; For the next several nights he enjoyed running through the ductwork work plus terrorizing everybody in the current home from his central heating and cooling maze! Ever since then, it’s been hard to keep my dog away from the ductworks.
She is obsessed with air vents plus constantly stares at them whether we’re running the air conditioning device or the forced air furnace. Obviously, this comes with some challenges… Especially when both of us call out the central heating, cooling, and overall air quality control serviceman for a routine diagnostic appointment, he always is in the mood to look in our ductworks to make sure that both of us don’t have any indoor air contaminants blocking the air passageway plus preventing energy efficient circulation throughout the house, unfortunately, every time he touches an air vent my dog is right at his side, but more recognizably, he is always climbing up his shoulders to try to gain access to the ductwork. At least if he gets stuck both of us have a professional Heating plus Air Conditioning worker on stand by.