The Stearns County Sheriff's Office is currently searching for the owner or owners of these two dogs that were found Tuesday.

Deputies picked up the two male dogs on County Road 13 in Grove Township. The dogs were not collard and little is known about them.

The Stearns County Sheriff's Office shared pictures of the dogs on their social media sites hoping that someone would be able to identify them and help find the owner.

One of the dogs has a blonde coat and the other is blonde with a strawberry tint. They look like they're some sort of Labrador.

According to their official Facebook page, "as photogenic as they may be, we'd like to see them make it back home."[0]=AZV9_Dq8_Q1kiogW2hd1_zJmUrt0LtCpw2QuKJxFQDImxPbrtZcWOtvN6_411tYnfRBV71CPIwImrzD8C8k0muXWhv5KS5poT_j3QgqiPGMa4-PzJIxP_CPVsdsADmabrxSEtqd1tA7YkxYphHcU-TatVxRx2xkVMQGJNCDLt12d-Ky3U15Nc-axepGqwnhHLIPWLuSFihZaajvvNN3kv4g6&__tn__=p%2CP-R#code-generator

Since being published to Facebook, the photos have been shared over 260 times. There's no word on whether there have been any leads.

If you think you may know who these dogs belong to, you're asked to contact the Tri-County Humane Society. That's where you'll be able to pick up the dogs.

The Tri-County Humane Society is located at 735 8th Street Northeast in St. Cloud. You can reach them at 320-252-0896. They're open Monday Monday through Thursday from noon to 6 p.m., Fridays from noon to 8 p.m., Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 5 p.m.

The Tri-County Humane Society has a note on their website stating, "all adoptions, viewings, and surrenders by appointment only. Call [ahead] to schedule. Face masks are required as per local and statewide mandate."

Share the Facebook post with your friends and let's make sure these cute little fur babies get back home soon.

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