Skip to content

Jennifer Aniston's Adorable New Rescue Puppy Has the Classiest Name

The star introduced the world to her new best friend on Instagram.

In case you missed it over the long weekend, a Friends alum made a very important announcement on Instagram. And no, it's not about any kind of reunion. Jennifer Aniston has adopted a rescue puppy, and she's given him a sophisticated name, complete with a title. The world met very good boy Lord Chesterfield (Lord. Chesterfield!) on Sunday when Aniston posted a short video of him snoozing away in his new home. Read on to learn more about this celebrity pup, and for other beloved dogs, here are The 50 Most Popular Dog Breeds in America.

"👋🏼 Hi! I'd like to introduce to you the newest member of our 🐾 family," Aniston wrote in the Instagram caption. "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🙏🏼"

According to Instagram, The Wagmor Pet Hotel & Spa, which connected this little lord and the Morning Show actor, is a not-for-profit rescue organization and "doggie hotel." Ellen DeGeneres also adopted a pup from Wagmore, as you can see in their Instagram Story highlights.

"I'm so happy you have a new love," the host commented on Aniston's post. "And nobility, no less."

Jennifer Aniston's dog Lord Chesterfield
Jennifer Aniston/Instagram

Responding to a comment from actor Rita Wilson asking about what type of dog Lord Chesterfield is, the Wagmor account clarified that he is a Great Pyrenees mix. According to the American Kennel Club, Great Pyrenees dogs can grow to weigh 100 pounds or more and are known to be "smart, patient, [and] calm." Since Lord Chesterfield is a mix, however, he may not be as large when he's older.

For now, he's still a puppy, falling asleep in the middle of enjoying one of his chew toys. Hopefully Aniston will keep sharing Lord Chesterfield content with us as they enjoy their new life together.

Keep reading to see more four-legged friends stars have added to their families. And to see what other stars who got famous in the '90s are up to now, check out The Biggest '90s TV Teen Idols, Then and Now.

Stella—Henry Golding

Henry Golding and dog Stella

Crazy Rich Asians star Henry Golding and his family welcomed foster dog Stella into their home over the summer. It's not clear yet whether they have or will adopt her, but the actor did call her their "perfect match" in his post.

And for reasons to adopt dogs who aren't puppies, here are 30 Photos That Show Why Senior Dogs Are the Best.

Bowie and Hendrix—Cara Delevingne

Cara Delevingne and puppies

Model and actor Cara Delevingne also got into the fostering game during quarantine. Meet little rockers Bowie and Hendrix.

Panda—Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas

Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas dog Panda

Famous couple Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Nick Jonas were already dog parents to German Shepard pup Gino and the very regal Diana (probably a Chihuahua mix) when they added a third to the brood. Panda (or Panda the Punk, as his Instagram handle has it) is an Australian Shepherd/husky mix who seems to be fitting right in.

And for more fun facts about your favorite stars, here are 24 Celebrities Who Still Live in Their Hometown.

Rook—Channing Tatum

Channing Tatum's Dog Rook

"After i lost my LuLu i didn't know when or if I'd be open to having another dog," Channing Tatum wrote on Instagram of his new Dutch Shepherd puppy, Rook. "But he sought me out and we met eyes and then some imprinting type **** happened."

And if you're a fan of Tatum and his ex, Jenna Dewan, look back fondly on these Photos of Celebrity Couples When They First Got Together.

Shark—Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish and her dog Shark

In a previous post to her Instagram story, singer-songwriter Billie Eilish called the foster puppy she was adopting for good a "nameless monkey." But a later update revealed that she's mostly likely dubbed the wrinkly little guy Shark.

For more celeb news sent right to your inbox, sign up for our daily newsletter.

Sage Young
Sage Young is the Deputy Entertainment Editor at Best Life, expanding and honing our coverage in this vertical by managing a team of industry-obsessed writers. Read more
Filed Under