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Whether your pet spends most of the winter indoors or out, seasonal dietary considerations can help promote a happy new year. It's obvious that pets who spend time outside in cold winter weather will burn more energy keeping warm, but indoor pets also deal with added stress. During cold weather, we humans have windows closed and artificial heat blazing. The indoor pet's fresh air is restricted and it's forced to breathe air that may be contaminated. Plus, indoor heating appliances often make the air quite dry. What can we do to help "winterize" our pets?