If you're looking for a lockdown buddy, then you might want to check out these dogs up for adoption in Toronto.\nThe Toronto Humane Society tweeted today that they have a new batch of furry friends that recently arrived in the city, and you can apply to adopt one.\nEditor's Choice: Ford Extends Stay-At-Home Order For Most Of Ontario & Moves 3 Regions To The Green Zone\n\nWe received 27 dogs through our partner Northern Reach Rescue Network. The transport was quite a harrowing journey, but our adorable guests arrived yesterday at 6am. The transport included two moms with puppies – like Dagmar and her 8-week-old pupps pictured here. pic.twitter.com/WHZrggOw6k— Toronto Humane Soc. (@THS_tweet) February 8, 2021\n\nThere are 27 dogs in all, and they arrived in Toronto via the Northern Reach Rescue Network.\nThe network works with communities in Northern Ontario to relocate stray and injured dogs to various adoption agencies in the province.\nA representative from the Toronto Humane Society said most of the new arrivals will be available for adoption once they've completed the intake process, but the youngest puppies will need to be fostered before they can find their forever homes.\n\nIf you're interested in a new furry friend, you can visit the Toronto Humane Society's website to book an adoption appointment.\nAfter meeting with a Humane Society counsellor to determine which animal would be the best pet for you, you can have a virtual puppy Zoom date to meet your new potential roommate before the adoption is finalized. \nHowever, the process might take longer than usual right now.\nThe Toronto Humane Society says they've had 11,000 applications in two months, far more than their usual rate of 3,000 adoptions in a whole year!