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Jennifer Aniston celebrates Thanksgiving with her adorable pet dog Lord Chesterfield

Jennifer Aniston celebrated Thanksgiving with her pet dog, Lord Chesterfield

Jennifer Aniston celebrated Thanksgiving with a very special friend.

The ‘Friends’ alum usually does not share too many posts on social media and now Aniston has marked the special occasion by offering a glimpse at how she’s spending the holiday with her pet dog, Lord Chesterfield.

On Thursday, Jennifer Aniston took to Instagram where she shared three photos from her celebrations with her adorable pet.

“We’re grateful,” she captioned the cute post along with folded hands and red heart emojis.

In the images, Aniston, 51, poses and plays with the rescue puppy whom she adopted earlier this year.

Donning a black cardigan and a pair of skintight blue jeans, Jennifer Aniston seemed to enjoy Lord Chesterfield’s company as she played around with her pet.

The post soon flooded with sweet messages with many fans and fellow celebs praising Jennifer Aniston’s newest fur baby.

“This dog has star quality,” David Spade wrote.

“Cutie Pies,” added her ‘The Good Morning Show’ co-star Reese Witherspoon along with two red heart emojis.

Laura Brown commented, “”Happy Thanksgiving, Lord and Lady.”

Jennifer Aniston’s ex-husband Justin Theroux also took to the comments section and left clapping hands, folded hands, and a red heart emoji.

The Emmy winner, who reportedly adopted her four-legged friend earlier this year also has dogs – Clyde, her Schnauzer mix and Sophie, her white pitbull.

She previously was a dog mom to Dolly, her white German Shepherd whom she shared with her ex-husband. Dolly passed away in 2019, reports PEOPLE.

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