Boys needing homes

If you think you could provide a new loving home for one of our boys,
please read the How To Adopt page before you call.
Wiccaweys is in Laughton Warren, Lincolnshire.
Please note that Wiccaweys is our home and we are not open to the general public.
Meeting any dog is strictly by appointment only.
If you are not currently in a position to offer a rescue dog a new home, but would still like to help our work by supporting the dogs on this page, please visit our Online Donation page.

Ross
Woody
Bob
Flynn
Keith
Freddie
Bobby
Dukey
Balou
Jesse
Roy
Graf

Bobby
3 - 4 years


Bobby has come to Wiccs from Ireland. He was found as a stray.

Bobby is a happy chap, he is good with other dogs - but strictly no cats!

He loves to play, and really wants to find his person to bond with and have a fantastic life. He is a bit of a charmer.







Ross
2 - 3 years


Ross has come to Wiccs from Ireland. He was found as a stray.

Ross is a nice chap who needs his confidence building. Ross is shy with new folks to start with. He is good with other dogs and has been polite with our cats.

Ross has obviously had a sheltered life in rural Ireland so any potential home will have to be aware of that and prepared to go on that learning adventure with him. He won't have experienced a lot of household 'noise'; tv, hoover, microwave, door bells, letter boxes etc... he will not have experienced busy roads, the school run etc. Potential adopters need to consider all these things when taking on a rescue dog who has had limited 'human' life experiences.





Roy
18 months


Roy has come to Wiccs from Ireland. He was picked up as a stray. He looked like he'd been roaming for a while.

Roy is a lovely, cheeky, happy chap. He loves to race and chase. He is good with other dogs and has been polite with our cats. He's a bit of a poser!










Jesse
14 months


Jesse has come to us from his family. They found him too busy and challenging for them.

Jesse is a sweet lad. He takes a while to get to know new people, but when he does, he is your best mate. Jesse is very bright and eager to learn new things. He is great with other dogs and is polite with our cats.
He is good mates with Balou (boys page) and our Humphrey Bassett.











Freddie
4 years


Freddie has come to Wiccs from Ireland. He was found as a stray in a very bad way, bless him.

Freddie is a very sweet boy who needs his confidence building. He still needs to gain some more weight. Despite being shy with new folks to start with, Freddie loves other dogs and really loves racing and chasing games. He is also good with cats.

Freddie has obviously had a sheltered life in rural Ireland so any potential home will have to be aware of that and prepared to go on that learning adventure with him. He won't have experienced a lot of household 'noise'; tv, hoover, microwave, door bells, letter boxes etc... he will not have experienced busy roads, the school run etc. Potential adopters need to consider all these things when taking on a rescue dog who has had limited 'human' life experiences.








Balou
18 months


Balou has come to us from Romania. His mum was saved from a kill shelter pregnant, and Balou was born in rescue over there.

Balou is a sensitive young man. He is a little shy at first, but soon comes round. He loves dogs and loves to play. He is very good mates with Jesse (pup page) and our Humphrey Bassett.


Balou has had a sheltered life in Romania so any potential home will have to be aware of that and prepared to go on that learning adventure with him. He won't have experienced a lot of household 'noise'; tv, hoover, microwave, door bells, letter boxes etc... he will not have experienced busy roads, the school run etc. Potential adopters need to consider all these things when taking on a rescue dog who has had limited 'human' life experiences.







Graffie Dawgus
16 months


Graf came to us from his home. They were unable to meet his needs.

Graf was a very angry young man when he arrived. He'd
experienced very old fashioned and negative training techniques, including an electric shock collar, and they had taken a heavy toll on him mentally and physically.

We have given Graf the time, space, help and guidance he needed to recover and for him to learn to be a young dog again. He loves to play and when he knows you he is the most loving dog. Graf needs a quiet, adult home where he will be an only dog.





Woody
5 years


This handsome chap is Woody. He has come to us from Romania. He was in a kill shelter with his best mate Will.


Woody is a cheeky chappie. He loves a cuddle and a sofa. He really loves his best mate Will. He is just a happy boy who is determine to live his new life to the full. He is good with other dogs and travels well.







Bob
4 years


Bob came to Wiccs from Ireland. His family were unable to give him the time he needed.

Bob is a fun lad - if you have a ball, you are his best mate. He takes a fair bit of time to get to know folks, but when he does that is it!
Bob is great with our cats.
He travels well and is a really nice chap.










Flynn
5 years


Flynn has been at Wiccs for a little while.

Flynn is a great lad. He is brilliant with other dogs, but he is a horror with cats. He is well behaved and loves to do stuff with you. Flynn can be possessive over toys with some people, and he needs a calm, steady, rural, adult only home. He would love a home with a fun 'job' to do and a doggy friend to race and chase with. No cats.







Keith
4 years


Keith is a Rough Collie who came to Wiccs because his Dad could no longer walk him due to ill health. Keith did go to a new home, but sadly it didn't work out and he returned to us.

Keith
is a real charmer. He loves his walks and he loves to play. He is sensitive as some Rough Collies can be, and he doesn't like too much man handling or fussiness. He is a proper dog, thank you very much. He doesn't want to be overloved. He says, "I'm a dog, not a baby thank you." Keith travels well and would prefer an adult home please. No cats










Dukey Teatime
5 years


Dukey came to us from his home. When he arrived in November 2016, Duke was a very angry young man. We have taken things nice and slow with him and he has turned into a very happy and loving chap, who is a firm favourite with us all.

Dukey is very intelligent, he is a pleasure to walk and to spend time with. Dukey still does need to take time to get to know new people, but once he loves you - he LOVES you. And Dukey's favourite time of the day? Teatime!







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