My poor babies HATE the snow! Today was the first day they have been out side for more than 20 minutes. It's been around 12-20 degrees this week with blowing gusty winds and snow. Monday through Thursday, I bundled up and took them out, after about 15-20 minutes, they high tailed it to the garage. I kicked them out, over and over, just while I was cleaning their garage pen. I tried to take them for a short walk, just to my mail box. They both just kept sitting down and tucking in their feet. So, I led them back to the pen and they stayed in the garage all week(except for pen cleaning and short walks) until today. Today it was all sun, no wind, and about 20 this after noon. I filled their pool, walked them to their outdoor pen and let them stay out for about 3 hours. I let them in at 4:30 because it was getting dark. They both were in the pool the whole time(I had filled it with warm water and put the pond heater in there). When I called them out, they came out immediately, but in the 5 minutes it took me to emtpy the pool, they were both already sitting in the snow feet tucked up. I made them walk back to the garage and by the time we reached the driveway(about 30 feet uphill) Moose immediately sat down and Lucy started limping. Poor babies. This is killing me! They are not liking this snow! Yesterday I was in the house filling their heated bucket, and the wind blew my door open, this is what happened... Please help. Is it normal for geese to not handle snow and cold weather well?