On August 16th, a 9 month old Weimaraner mix was brought to Southwood animal hospital after days of vomiting and inappetence. The doctors quickly discovered Cornelius ingested something he shouldn’t have and realized he would need emergency surgery to remove the blockage from his intestine. After discussing the options with his owners, they decided to surrender him to CARE so he could receive this life saving surgery. After having an entire tube sock removed and spending two days hospitalized, Cornelius went home with a foster family. In the last month he’s gotten comfortable and shown us what a wonderful dog he is. At only 10 months old he still has lots of puppy energy, he loves to run and play with his foster sibling! He’s house and crate trained, knows basic commands, and is working hard on walking politely on a leash. He likes cats and other dogs, but can be a little pushy so large, patient animal siblings would suit him well! He also wouldn’t mind being the only pet in the house, and certainly deserves to be the center of attention. He likes everyone but prefers men, and since he can be quite enthusiastic a home with no small children would be best. Since coming to the Hospital weighing 39 pounds, he’s now at a healthy 55 lbs. He’s neutered and up to date on all his vaccines, and is available to go to his forever home! 

Name: Cornelius
Species: Canine/ Weimaraner
Gender: Male/Neutered
Birthday: est 12/16/20
Current Location: The Animal Hospital & Pet Resort at Southwood
Minimum Adoption Donation: $100