Now that winter is upon us, many of us prefer to spend the vast majority of our time indoors. It certainly beats having to take the time to head to the closet, pull out the coat, hat and gloves that we will need to prepare ourselves for the elements. After all, who wants to brave snow, winds and subzero temperatures when we could be sitting in front of a fire with family and enjoying each other's company? Having the ability to choose to remain indoors and eat warm meals, as opposed to having to stay outside is just one of the main benefits to being a human. But what about our four-legged legs who do not always have a choice in the matter?