‘He’s a ham’: Panda caught on camera playing in the snow

At least someone is enjoying the snow!The Toronto Zoo closed early on Wednesday due to a snowstorm, and while that left several zoo-goers disappointed to be heading home early, 5-year-old giant panda Da Mao thought it called for a party.image

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Have yourself a pugly little Christmas with this adorable video

We can’t guarantee that you’ll discover that pug puppy you’ve always wanted on your doorstep come Christmas morning, but as advance consolation, we present you with this adorable pug-filled video full of holiday cheer.image

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Chatty owls and 17 more amazing animal photos

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Did you or your child grow up with a pet? Show us photos of then and now!

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Did you or your child grow up with a pet? Show us photos of then and now!

9 hours ago

Submitted by Mandy Sisson

Submitted by Mandy Sisson

Then and now: We want to see photos of you or your children growing up with pets!

Everyone knows that adolescence can feel like a roller coaster of change. But some kids are fortunate enough to have at least one constant in their young lives: their pets.

If we’re lucky, our animals are there for our good days and the bad ones — from when we take our first steps to the moment we leave our childhood homes behind. And to celebrate these ever-faithful companions, we want to see pictures of your children (or you!) growing up with your four-legged friends.

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Do you treat your pets like babies? Show us!

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Do you treat your pets like babies? Show us!

June 25, 2013 at 4:53 PM ET

Submitted by Megan Reich

Submitted by Megan Reich

How do you baby your pets?

Go ahead, baby your pooch with another snuggle (or treat): A new study published in the journal PLoS ONE finds that dogs have a lot more in common with human babies than you might think.

It turns out dogs, like infants, look to their caregivers as “secure bases” that give them the confidence to freely explore the world around them.

“One of the things that really surprised us is that adult dogs behave towards their caregivers like human children do,” said Lisa Horn, the author of the study.

Basically, this study gives us permission to dote on our dogs as we would our own two-legged little ones (at least that’s how we’re taking it). And in light of these findings, we want to see how you baby your canines — from the weird (we’re not judging!) to the wonderful.

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