Jennifer Aniston gets a new rescue dog with the cutest name

Jennifer Aniston has welcomed an adorable new furry friend into her home after taking in a rescue dog. 

The Friends actress introduced her new pooch – named Lord Chesterfield – to her Instagram followers on Sunday. 

In the video, Jennifer’s seen creeping up to her new pet while he takes a snooze with a bone in his mouth – legs splayed and everything. 

‘Chesterfield, have you fallen asleep with a bone in your mouth? I think you have,’ she whispers. 

Jennifer then explained in the caption: ‘Hi! I’d like to introduce to you the newest member of our 🐾 family….this is (a very tired) Lord Chesterfield ❤️. He stole my heart immediately. 

‘A HUGE thank you to @wagmorpets for the incredible work you do. Grateful you take such great care of these rescues and find them their forever homes.’ 

No doubt Lord Chesterfield has been given a warm welcome from his brother and sister Clyde and Sophie, who are Jennifer’s other beloved pooches. 


Chesterfield is in for a world of fun as last month, the Morning Show actress dressed up Sophie, a white pitbull, and Clyde, a Schnauzer mix, in pearls for the Emmys and joked they were best dressed of the night. 

Jennifer, 51, previously owned a white shepherd named Dolly who she shared with ex-husband Justin Theroux.

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However, Dolly sadly died in July 2019 and Jennifer and Justin reunited at an intimate memorial ceremony to say farewell to their beloved pet. 

The actress recently hinted she would be getting another dog after telling People: ‘Oh God, I’ve come so close [to getting another]. 

‘And my friend Ellen DeGeneres, as you know, loves nothing more than to bombard me with extremely heartbreaking photographs of animals that need homes. And by the way, if I could have a llama, a pig, an alpaca, sheep, goats, I would. 

‘But I have to be very sensitive to [my dogs] Clyde and Sophie because it’s all about whether they are going to be happy.’ 

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