GEORGETOWN, Del.- Over 100 dogs are calling the First State home after being rescued from a high risk area in Louisiana.

The Brandywine Valley SPCA and the group Wings of Rescue partnered once again to bring the dogs to Delaware. While over 100 were brought up, 89 are at the SPCA's Georgetown facilities and will be available for adoption this week. The remainder are at the SPCA's New Castle Campus.

"Everybody seems to be settling in nice. It's a good group of dogs," says Operations Manager Chris Farrell. "A lot of small dogs, a lot of puppies, a lot of dogs that I think people will come out and be excited to adopt."

The SPCA says the dogs' Louisiana location put them at a greater risk of euthanasia, due to either being at high-kill facilities or in a low-adoption rate area.

To see the dogs and pictures from their arrival, click here.