Shadow and Nacho came in to SPCA as a pair. Shadow is blind and Nacho helps him "see."
A video of the two has gotten more than 31,000 views online however they haven't found their forever home.
"Taking two animals at one time can be overwhelming," said Dawn Foster, Sacramento SPCA.
The dogs were surrended by an owner who was caring for elderly family members and didn't have time for them.
The Sacramento SPCA says adult dogs are hard to get adopted.
"There's always barriers and doctors are always concerned about health conditions, the length of life," Foster said.
Shadow and Nacho are 9 and 10.
The Sacramento SPCA is also working on a hospice program for older or ill animals so they can live out their last days checking off items on their bucket list.