THERE are still dogs that need your help in finding their forever home in Warrington.

Warrington Animal Welfare, based on Slutchers Lane, houses several pets that need homing and taking under their wing.

So we rounded up five dogs that need a home…


Warrington Guardian: Benji needs an active home to keep him busyBenji needs an active home to keep him busy

Five-year-old Benji needs an active new home and one where he is the only pet.

Warrington Animal Welfare said: “Benji is a good boy in the home but can be reactive to some dogs when on his lead. Benji is also not good with young children so we feel an adult only or 16+ home is required (this includes visiting children).”


The nine-year-old German Shepherd has spent most of her life as a rescue dog after originally being adopted from Spain.

Lottie would prefer an adult-only and quiet home where she is not bothered and can have her own space.

They said: “Lottie deserves her next home to be forever.

“She would need to be the only pet as she can be quite protective of her food and toys, so her new owners would need to understand guarding behaviour.

“She walks well on the lead and our volunteers love her.”


Molly, aged three, needs a quiet home where she is the only pet.

She is a large, affectionate girl with a big soft heart, who loves people. Mollie, who has been labelled as a sweet girl is neutered, microchipped and vaccinated.

“We feel she does need an extra-large dog experienced home who are able to walk her as she is strong and can react to some dogs,” the charity said.

“Molly is well behaved in the home and is house-trained, but does not like to be left, so a home with lots of company is advantageous.

“Molly has lived with a young child since she was a puppy but, can be nervous when she meets new people therefore, we feel it is best if families with children 16+ only apply to adopt her.

“She needs to be the only pet and definitely no cats.”


Warrington Guardian: Clover would love a quiet home with companyClover would love a quiet home with company

This five-year-old dog loves to play ball and has lived with other dogs before.

The charity added: “This lovely girl is confident, friendly and loves to play ball and has lived with other dogs. However, she isn’t great with children so adult only or 16+ families please.

“We feel Clover would love a quiet home, maybe with another dog and company most of the day so would suit an active, semi-retired or retired couple."


Warrington Guardian: Earl loves the beach and his dog walksEarl loves the beach and his dog walks

Romanian crossbreed, Earl, is looking for his forever home as unfortunately he is no longer getting on with the other dog in the home.

His family have tried to make this work but Earl is becoming stressed so would benefit from a calm, quiet home with no other pets and no children.

Warrington Animal Welfare said of Earl, aged two: “He is a clever boy who loves to play and needs mental stimulation. He loves the beach, and loves his walks but has recently become anxious and reactive when meeting other dogs.

“Earl is housetrained and good in the car. He does have some food allergies and is on a raw food diet, but he is allowed the occasional cocktail sausage and loves his carrots."

If you would like to rehome any of the dogs mentioned, please follow the link to their website.

The charity add that they cannot respond to all applications and we do not rehome to families where there are children under five.