Fixed furnace; dog won’t leave heating to go outside

A few months ago I was feeling extremely restless and unhappy with my life.

I felt like something was missing and it was completely empty.

I didn’t see any purpose to waking up every day and I was beginning to slip into a real depressive streak. That’s when I went out with an adopted a dog. I’ve been wanting a dog of my own for many years, but put off making a big decision. I figured, when I met the right dog I would just know. Sure enough, when I saw my new puppy there wasn’t a doubt in my mind that he was the one for me. I brought him home and everything was amazing, until the air temperature started to dip. Apparently, my puppy was rescued from Florida. He had no concept of winter or low outdoor air temperatures. More importantly, he was not at all prepared for my furnace to fail in the middle of the night. One day, I woke up and found my puppy under the blankets with me. He refused to get out of bed and I quickly realized that the indoor air temperature had drastically decreased overnight. When I check the thermostat, the temperature readout was only 55°. Clearly, my HVAC system was not working properly. I called out the local heating and cooling specialist and forked over a ton of money for an emergency furnace repair. The HVAC technician made my heating system run like it was in tip-top shape. Finally, my dog was less cold and pathetic now that there was modern heating. The only problem is, now he refuses to leave the warm indoor air and go outside.

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