Friday, January 20, 2017


Brynner, 9, intently looks at new people to see if they intend him kindness or harm. Once he trusts that it is the former, he calms and begins to bond. 
Brynner needs to finally know what a loving and peaceful home feels like.

He is 1 of 25 animals Nevada SPCA has rescued so far from a large animal organization that collapsed in the region. He and six others, already rescued and here now too, were the least socialized and most fearful of the entire group. We are encouraged by their baby steps of improvement so far and know that with the dedication of staff and volunteers that all will continue their progress and find loving homes with heroes.

Brynner is a handsome, medium-size Heinz 57 with Queensland Heeler and Aussie Shepherd. He is neutered, good with other dogs, and debuting for adoption today at Nevada SPCA.