The Ontario SPCA and Humane Society need your help making sure a new group of adorable U.S. doggos find their forever home on this side of the border.

The 20 dogs arrived at multiple locations, including the SPCA's Provincial Education and Animal Centre in Stouffville, on Thursday afternoon.

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Before finding their forever home, all pups will be spayed, neutered, vaccinated, treated for any parasites and microchipped.

"In many parts of the United States there is a serious dog overpopulation issue that has left shelters at maximum capacity, as there are more animals than there are adopters," Bonnie Bishop, associate director and transfer team lead for the Ontario SPCA and Humane Society said in a statement.

"Here in Ontario we have loving families waiting to adopt, which is why we have stepped in to provide hope for these dogs. We look forward to continuing to help change the lives of more dogs in need," she added.

If you are interested in adopting one of these dogs, they will become available on the company's website.