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HERMOSA BEACH, Calif. (CNN) -- Two dogs in California, one of which is blind, share an inseparable bond.

Animal welfare workers said Isaac and Isabella were found wandering the streets of San Bernardino County on Monday.

Isaac is a blind Husky and Isabella, his small Terrier mix friend, serves as his seeing eye dog.

"It's just really remarkable how she's always trying to be aware of where Isaac's at and you know if he's not right behind her, she'll stop and wait for him to catch up with her," Hermosa Animal Hospital's Lindsey Riggins said.

Dan Guss, with STAND Foundation, an animal rescue group, said Isabella always keeps an eye on Isaac.

"There's a work relationship between these two and there's a love relationship between these two and how they know what the other needs or what the other is saying is amazing," Guss said. "It's like and old couple that's been married for 60 years and they just know what's going on with the other person."

STAND is now looking to place the pair into a good home.