Jennifer Sainer and Max Sura are never short of someone to play games with – as they’ve taught their dog Hank to play noughts & crosses.Jennifer and Max added: ‘He also loves playing fetch 24/7.
Jennifer Aniston has a new member in her family, and he's cute as can be.The "Friends" alum, 51, introduced Lord Chesterfield, her recently adopted puppy, in a video posted to on Sunday.
In the caption, Lopez said that the family was deciding between Tyson or Yankee for the pup's name and promised that "All will be revealed soon!".Finally, a photo with Lopez, Rodriguez, Emme, Max and their other dog, Lady, shows that the new puppy is already getting along great with the family.
Jennifer Aniston is paying tribute to her late dog Dolly with a gorgeous necklace.Aniston, with "Morning Show" co-star Reese Witherspoon, named Dolly after country superstar Dolly Parton.
She said he is the happiest dog in the world (Picture: Mediadrumimages/ @MooseBoy16/JenniferOsborne) He gets along well with his siblings (Picture: Mediadrumimages/@MooseBoy16/JenniferOsborne)‘By the way Moose acts you wouldn’t think his brain had any issues.
Dolly the dog was actually part of Aniston's life long before she married Theroux back in 2015. In fact, during a visit to "Jimmy Kimmel Live" last year, she revealed that she told Parton about her namesake around 2011, when Aniston and Theroux had just started dating.
Jennifer decided to walk down the aisle with Bailey and her dad, so when she was choosing a dress, she realised her pet would need something to wear too. (Picture: @baileythehousehippo)She looked online and found CocoAndBushkaCouture, who make dresses for dogs.
(Picture: Jennifer Olohan /SWNS.COM) An animal shelter has been inundated with requests to adopt a puppy that was snatched and dumped on a building site by a hawk.
Three-month-old kittens Izzy and Twitch have cerebellar hypoplasia, sometimes referred to as wobbly cat syndrome. With four rescue cats already living with the couple and their daughter, Jennifer Ferguson was reluctant to expand their feline family yet again.
Dog handler PC Jennie Ellse and Quantum are back in action for Nottinghamshire Police (Picture: Nottingham Post / BPM Media)‘I didn’t actually realise I had been slashed in the hand until afterwards.