I'm just curious about how everyone copes with the shorter days of Winter in terms of fitting in walks. I work most days of the week and obviously with the days drawing in it can sometimes be getting dark when I get home, I live in a small village where street lights are minimal. My days off are not an issue, I can take Rox for a long walk in the afternoon, but on my work days she might get a short walk in the mornings before I leave and then can sometimes go without in the afternoon/evening. During the summer it has been fine, I give her dinner at 5pm and take her out at 6, since it's light really late. It is also an issue to schedule feeding times around this, because I like to leave at least 45 minutes between feeding and walking and I prefer to keep the times as close to the same each day. It's dinner times I struggle with, like for example yesterday, it was nearly 6pm by the time I took her for a walk, got back at about 6:45 and wanted to wait until at least 7:30 before giving her dinner, I actually forgot to give it to her until 8pm! I felt so bad since her usual time is around 5!! It's almost manageable now, but when the clocks change it's going to be really tricky! How do you guys re-schedule this Winter time mess up of your routine?