Frogs and their spawn should not be moved from one pond to another as there is a risk of spreading infection and invasive pond plants, also it is possible that the new pond may not be a suitable habitat to support them. If you create the correct environment in your pond and garden, the frogs and toads will find it themselves.
If natural colonisation is not possible as there are really no other frog populations nearby, or access for them is impossible because of busy roads, then one or two frog spawn clumps from a local garden may be introduced. But be extremely careful and do not do this if there are any known infections or invasive water weed in the donor pond.
Picture by David Ferre