September 14, 2015 | Posted in Breeds and Stars
Jennifer Aniston Admits That She Is Crazy In Love With Dogs!” (A True Dog Lover At Heart…)
Who is Jennifer Aniston? Jennifer Aniston was born in Sherman Oaks, California, on February 11, 1969. She attended Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts, where she was involved in drama. She was the daughter of soap opera star John Aniston and actress Nancy Dow Aniston. Jennifer Aniston began appearing in stage productions in the late 1980s. She had a few minor roles before landing the NBC sitcom Friends as Rachel Green. The show Friends was a huge hit and made her a star. Since the hit show Friends, she has been in several films, including The Break-Up with Vince Vaughn.
Did you know…?
Aniston owned a Corgi-Terrier named Norman. Norman suffered from stiffness and other aches and pains due to his aging. So, Jennifer Aniston took him regularly to massage therapy, Reiki and acupuncture to help his aches and pains. She believes in healing the body naturally and this was her way of improving his health without medication.
Her Love for Norman will Remain in Her Heart Forever
Recently her dog Norman died due to age. She loved him so much that she had his named tattooed on her leg in memory of him. Her fiancé Justin is a big dog lover too. He has his own rescue pit bull. He also volunteers his time to help dogs and does things for PETA to help dogs in need of homes. Justin found his dog wandering the streets of New York with a heavy chain around his neck, so he adopted the dog and gave him a loving home to live in.
Together, Jennifer and Justin also rescued a black and white pit bull-boxer mix puppy they named Sophie early this year.
It is so wonderful to see people (especially celebrities) helping animals that are in need of a home and a loving environment. It is nice to see that we still have people in this world who care.
Jennifer Aniston Adopts another Rescue Dog
Jennifer Aniston decided to adopt a new dog after the loss of her dog, Norman. When celebrities, like Jennifer Anniston, use their celebrity status to promote animal adoptions and awareness, the entire dog world benefits because many others will follow her example. “Thank you, Jennifer!”
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