I have a five year old son that in some way likes animals. I have always despised animals and refuse to own a pet. I have no idea of how his love of animals happend but I’ve tried to discourage it. Nonetheless, whenever he spots a pet he bursts with excitement. Recently my son found an abandoned dog near our house. The dog was huge, aged and smelly. My son cried and begged us to keep the dog inside our home, so, as a loving mummy, I got it washed, watered and fed. I looked for a home for the dog, but I found one way too late. My son is attached now and has named the dog Sam. Sam apparently is here to stay. I think my son would really panic if I tried to give Sam to another individual. Now I have to decide if he or she is an indoor or outdoor pet; I would really prefer to hold him outside though. This would work great in the summer but what would I do for heating in the winter? My garage is not heated, I would have to add a heater to it. I would need to buy at minimum three space heaters. Or I would have invest in radiant flooring to warm the cars plus the dog. I honestly think it would be cheaper to keep the puppy inside. That way our heating and cooling costs is a same. The dog would also get the chance to benefit coming from my superior HVAC system. That problem is that I don’t want a huge, gross dog inside of my home.

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