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Talking Dog Video Shows Shelter Pups Are Awesome

Talking Dog Video Shows Shelter Pups Are Awesome

Could you pass up this lovable pup?

You have probably watched a talking dog video before in which the cute canine seems to have learned how to “talk”. One of the most popular is Mishka, a Siberian Husky who loves nothing more than chatting up a storm. With a little coaching from his owners, Mishka can say ‘I love you’ quite clearly. It’s astounding really.

Now a new video has emerged that just might be even more shocking. You see, it comes from Domino, a Boston Terrier mix shelter dog. And despite being cooped up in a cage with no home and no one to call his own, this beautiful boy says the magical phrase.

It’s just another reason why shelter dogs are so awesome.

Watch Domino speak here:

You have probably watched a talking dog video before in which the cute canine seems to have learned how to “talk”.

http://youtu.be/tgRCqdmFHps

 

The best part of it all? Domino has since been adopted!

Image: YouTube

Follow Danielle on Twitter and Facebook and Pinterest (where she maintains an ‘Adorable Pups’ board), or find her at her blog, Just Write (Pet) Mom.

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