Cuteness overload time.

I'm sure these adorable, furry friends are having fun considering there are more than 50 of them running around the Northeast Animal Shelter in Salem, Massachusetts. However, finding these pups a forever home is the goal for everyone.

So many people have traveled a few minutes to hundreds of miles to adopt their new furry family member and this situation is no exception if you're interested.

According to WBZ News Boston, the MSPCA-Angell is inviting anyone looking for a new fuzzy family member filled with love, loyalty, and a playful wagging tail to stop by any day of the week between 11:30 am and 5:30 pm to find out more about the adoption process and even pick out a puppy.

MSPCA-Angell Salem, MA via Facebook
MSPCA-Angell Salem, MA via Facebook

The MSPCA has never received this many dogs within such a short time frame so getting the word out is imperative according to WBZ News Boston.

There are more than 30 puppies under three months old as well as more than 50 puppies three months to two years old and these numbers are growing almost daily.

The shelter has been helping take on the national dog population crisis and taking in weekly deliveries of puppies from shelters around the country. We are overflowing with puppies at Northeast Animal Shelter in Salem so please come adopt. The youngest are generally learning the ropes of pup life, so they need help learning some manners and leash walking. They have a lot of energy and are very sweet.

The breeds range from Pit Bull Terriers, Siberian Huskies, and Labrador Retrievers to Great Danes so the choices are quite varying depending on your lifestyle and who knows what other breeds will make their way to the Salem shelter.

Click here if you want to see every animal available for adoption at the MSPCA-Angell which includes chickens, goats, birds, and horses to name a few.

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