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.

Sky
Georgie
Mollie
Sadie
Molly

Molly
2 - 3 years


Molly came to us from our Eire friends at KLAWS.

Molly is a lovely young lady. She is a sensitive soul. She is good with other dogs. She gets on really well with Wolfie on the boys page. A really sweet girl.






Sadie
3 years


Sadie came to us with 2 other dogs when her mum passed away.

Sadie is a wonderful little staffie girl. She is super friendly and affectionate. She is good with other dog and polite to our cats. She travels well and is just an all round good girl. She is affectionately known as Sadie-Pig due to the cute little grunting noises she makes when she wants a cuddle.










Mollie
2 years


Mollie came to us from our Eire friends at KLAWS.

Mollie is a fabulous, friendly crossbreed girl. She is a proper family dog. She is great with other dogs, children and is really fun girl to have around. A real smasher!














Georgie
3 years


Georgie came to us from our Eire friends at KLAWS. Another unwanted collie.

Georgie is a very sweet girl. She is quite timid to start with, and she is unnerved by strange noises and objects.
She needs to have confidence in her person and will follow their lead and example. Georgie is extremely loving and very cheeky. She loves other dogs, and is currently having a very sweet romance with Ben in the boys section. She has been polite with our cats.
Georgie will require a home with another dog, we will not consider a home where she will be an only dog.




Sky
3 years


Sky came to us from our Eire friends at KLAWS. She has had a very hard time as her farmer owner died and she was left alone at the farm for a while with another dog for company.

Sky is still cautious with new people at the moment, although once she knows and trusts you, she is very, very loving.
Sky is not going to be 'ready made pet' who you can immediately go out for long walks with, play ball over the park with etc.... We would prefer a rural home for her, as that is all she has known.