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.

If you’re interested in adopting Max through the Urgent Animals of Hearne Robertson County, you can message them on their Facebook page, Twitter, or Instagram accounts.