Pups needing homes
12 months and under

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

Please phone for a chat if you are thinking about offering a home to a Border Collie puppy.

Border Collies often go through a "teenager" stage between the ages of 6 months to 18 months, and so are not suitable for all lifestyles. This is the most common reason that Collie pups and youngsters come into rescue. In this case, you may find that an older dog is more of a match for your situation and home environment. Please call for advice, we are always happy to help and advise to help the right dog find the right home.

Baby Cody Dawgus
4 months

Baby Cody Dawgus
has come to us from our friends at KLAWS in Ireland. He was born in rescue, and is the last of the litter looking for a new home. He's come over to the mainland to try his luck here.

BCD is a lovely young pup, happy, friendly, cheeky - everything you want a pup to be. He is great with other dogs and polite to the cats. The day after he arrived he joined in with our Christmas party and took it all in his stride. He is a very well adjusted little man.

10 - 11 months

Patch has come the Wiccs from his home. Although he was loved very much, his dad knew that he wasn't the right home for a young, busy collie boy. We were asked to step in and help by a local dog trainer. Previously to this home we have been told he was in a home with several young children who pulled him about and hurt him.

Patch is great! He's a young, active collie lad. He was more than a little bit wired from eating the wrong type of food for a collie to start with. He is friendly and fun. He just needs some stability and a calm adult home so he can grow up and learn who he really is.

For obvious reasons, we will not consider a home with young children or visiting young children.

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