COLLEGE STATION, Texas—He’s sweet, adorable, and looking for a forever home.
Max is the KAGS Pet of the Week.
This curious, playful American Staffordshire Terrier mix is six-years-old and he’s had a hard life without a permanent place to call home.
Max was surrendered to the Hearne Animal Control where he was rescued by the Urgent Animals of Hearne Robertson County.
He’s currently living with a foster mom who says the Max is just great company.
“He has just the right amount of energy for me whether I need to be studying for school, he’ll be laying there with me, or he’s always down to go on a walk or play fetch,” said Kalei Hauber, foster mother.
And, Max is urgently in need of a forever home.
Foster mom, Hauber is graduating from Texas A&M University in August and is moving out of town.
She says he would make the perfect pet for any home.
Hauber said he’s potty-trained, listens to commands, and loves to be around people.
“He’s just the sweetest boy,” said Hauber.