Friday, July 7, 2017


McClane, 130 pounds of shining love, triumphs over dangerous depression and debuts for adoption today at Nevada SPCA.

McClane is a Mastiff & Saint Bernard mix, 6 years of age and neutered, housetrained & crate-trained, and good with mature kids and large dogs.

He became homeless when his previous owner's house burned down. McClane was so devastated upon his surrender that he wouldn't stand up in his kennel. One of his caretakers sat with him daily and promised McClane that he was safe and things would get better. On the third day, McClane began wagging his tail as his caretaker approached and stood up for petting.

McClane is now a volunteer favorite and enjoys leisurely walks and smiling at people who are kind to him. He is afraid of fireworks, the sounds made in frying pans, and people wrapping their arms around his neck.

Please help find someone wonderful for McClane!