They need to find a home together.
But that most crucial chapter in their lives has yet to be written.
"We have them in the very first room that visitors see in our shelter," Forndran explains. "Just right at the front. Specifically, because we're trying to highlight them and get some attention for them."
Trouble is, for all the love these dogs have to give - their demands for bellyrubs and highlight-reel antics - they both share the same strike against them.
Snoopy, who's around 9, and Stephanie, 11, are seniors - not typically a quality that people look for in dogs to adopt.
"Unfortunately, people don't seem that interested in them so far, which is very sad," Forndran says.
But today, what binds this friendship is hope.