Girls needing homes

If you think you could provide a new loving home for one of our girls,
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 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.


2 years

Lissy has come us from our friends at KLAWS in Ireland. She was rescued pregnant. She has been a fabulous mum and raised her lovely little family, now it is time for her to find a new home herslef.

Lissy is a sweetheart. She is great with other dogs and she travels well.

3 years

Betsy has come us from her home due to family circumstances drastically changing. She was then rehomed with family friends who passed her around, confusing poor Betsy. Her original family were very upset for Betsy and asked if we could help her.

Betsy is a fabulous girl. She is very bright and loves to learn and use her brain. She can take or leave other dogs, she'd rather be doing stuff with her person.
She is good with older children. She would love either an active 1-2-1 home, or an active family home, with older children.

2 years

Jill has come to us from our friends at KLAWS in Ireland. She was surrendered as unwanted.

Jill is a very bright girl, she is both a bossy and sweet girl. She is still quite timid in new situations and with new people. She is very good with other dogs, all the boys love her, and she uses that to her advantage to have them doing her bidding! She isn't bothered by our cats. Jill will require a quiet and patient home - with another dog for company and guidance - with people who will let her find her feet and discover life.

Jill 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. She won't have experienced a lot of household 'noise'; tv, hoover, microwave, door bells, letter boxes etc... she 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.

6 - 7 years

Brigid came to us from Romania, where she had been subjected to awful cruelty. She had her jaw broken at some time and it was left to heal, her ears were cut off, as well as part of her tail.

Despite that, Brigid loves people. We all adore her and 'see' the real Brigid - her personality and soul that shines through her funny little face. Brigid is good with other dogs and is polite to our cats. Brigid is a very special girl and we are fiercely protective of her - please do not enquire or ask to meet her if you are going to insult her looks.

Brigid will do as much or as little as you want to do. She is happy to chill at home with you.

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