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Jennifer Aniston Dishes About Working With Dogs

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It’s a bit early for Jennifer Aniston to be promoting her upcoming film Marley & Me which doesn’t come out until December of this year, but it is never too early to talk about cute animals. And the labrador retriever that stars in the film’s early trailer certainly qualifies!

In an interview with Star Magazine, Aniston says it was hard to say goodbye to the dog she worked with on set. “I was quite emotional. We really bonded.” About her own dogs, she says she loves coming home to them. “It’s nice to open your door and have somebody run to you and jump on you and kiss you because they cannot believe that you are actually back. They are so excited; they love you. It’s quite simple.”

Jennifer Aniston has two dogs: Norman (a corgi-terrier mix) and Dolly (a white German shepherd). And apparently Norman does not like John Mayer!

via: celebitchy.com

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