Ever wish your pet could talk?
"I was pretty surprised myself, but it's very obvious he says I love you, I love you," said Gayle Helms, who works at the no-kill shelter.
"I think he's probably one in a million," Helms told KLTV.
Domino's verbal declarations of affection — his distinctive bark is most often heard when people are walking away — helped land him a new owner, local resident Donna Bryan. He was adopted on Tuesday.
"When the lady adopting him came in — she's a real nice lady who has adopted from us before — she said, 'He talks to me,'" Terry Cashion, Operations Manager at the Pets Fur People shelter, told the Daily Mail.
"I said, 'All our dogs talk to you' and she said, 'This one's special,' so we went out and listened. You can plainly hear 'I love you.' He says it when you're walking away because he's worried you're leaving him. He's aRead More »from Texas shelter dog barks ‘I love you’