Max was born 5/4/2019 and is now under 10LBS. I met Max for the first time a couple of days ago and he was so sweet. I held him in my arms and he was not moving. Just kissing and loved to be with me. He lives with all his brothers Teddy. You can all meet them and decide who you would like to adopt. Remember 2 is better than one!! They keep themselves company when you are not home. Max has long legs and is the skinny but in great shape. He runs and plays with all his brothers. What a great life they have at their foster Mom and Dad. A note from her foster Mom: 'Max is very outgoing and playful with a lot of affection and very sweet There are surprises each day- as they explore as their new world is unfolding. Very happy and healthy and looking for their forever homes.' Molly his Mom is listed by the Shelter as a Chihuahua mix and got pregnant but we do not know what the other breed is, however after looking at pictures and mixes we do believe they look like Manchester Mix. They should be as a reference under 20LBS. They are up to date and dewormed up to their age and will be microchipped and spay/neutered (included in the adoption fee) . Adoption fee is $350.00 We do not adopt to homes with small children due to the puppies safety. We do ask for a $100 deposit which will be refundable for spay or neuter. A note about adopting our puppies: to help ensure that we place our puppies in a loving, responsible and committed homes we have an application and screening process. Our puppies are fostered in a private home therefore puppies cannot be seen until the process is followed and complete. FindAhomeGiveAhome rescue reserves the right to refuse any adoption. Puppies under 6 months of age are best matched with families whose youngest child is 7 years of age and older. Puppies will not be adopted to homes where they will be left alone for many consecutive hours on a regular basis. Puppies are not house trained,, If dogs are not properly trained and socialized during their formative months, they can develop lifelong behavioral problems Veterinarian verification - If potential adopters currently have other animal in the home, we must call the veterinary to verify that the animal is altered and up to date on vaccines and shots. All other pets in household must be spayed/neutered and you use heartworm preventative. Age of the other animal in the household has to considered., there must be a playful dog in order to interact with small puppy. Owning your own home is preferred.