Neighbors dog hates the heater

When in the air starts flowing through our shared air ducts, I immediately hear the dog getting restless.

I don’t know what I’m going to do, but this living situation has to change. At first, I really enjoyed living here and I thought that this apartment building was the bomb. I was getting along with my neighbors and there were no problems with sound complaints or excessive partying. It was going really well until my neighbor brought home a new dog. Please, keep in mind that I am a dedicated animal lover and always have been. However, I truly can’t stand this animal. Every time my neighbor leaves, the dog starts howling his brains out. Since I work from home every day, this is a serious problem. It means I spend a lot of time trying to get my work done and being distracted by horrifics screaming sounds. Don’t even get me started on the many nights I’ve laid awake, listening to these dying sounds. At first, I couldn’t figure out what was upsetting this dog is so much. Eventually, I noticed a pattern. Every time the central heating system clicks into gear, the dog starts to freak out. When in the air starts flowing through our shared air ducts, I immediately hear the dog getting restless. He starts running around the apartment, like he’s chasing the air flow through the extensive air ducts. Once the warm air is freely flowing into the space, I think that he catches a bunch of new smells from inside the air handling equipment and it sets off his alarm bells. Since I made this discovery, I have been pestering the property manager about changing the air filter more often. Outside of that, my neighbor is going to need to invest in new heating and cooling equipment.
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