Jennifer Aniston brings her adorable rescue dog to work on The Morning Show

Jennifer Aniston delighted her fans (and probably her co-workers) by bringing her gorgeous rescue dog to The Morning Show set

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 19: Jennifer Aniston attends the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 19, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)
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Jennifer Aniston is being followed by her very own pup-arrazi, and she doesn't seem to have an issue with it.  

The Friends star took her gorgeous rescue dog, Clyde, to work with her yesterday in Los Angeles, where she is currently filming the second season of The Morning Show. The fluffy terrier was pictured relaxing next to Jennifer in a golf cart on set, looking less than fazed by his star-studded surroundings. 

"Bring Clyde to work day," the A-list actor captioned the affectionate image, adding a heart-faced emoji to emphasize her love. 

This isn't the first time the celebrity pooch has accompanied Jennifer to the office. She shared a photo of her holding him on a lead during filming in November 2019, with her posing elegantly in a floral dress while he looks disinterestedly at the ground. 

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Adopted by Jennifer as a puppy, the Schnauzer mix seems to have a pretty zen nature. He appeared on her Instagram at the beginning of lockdown in March 2020, sitting stoically on the actor's balcony as he stared into the stunning views of Bel-Air. 

"Clyde having some deep quarantine thoughts," she captioned the adorably funny video. 

Jennifer, a longtime animal lover, is also a parent to two other dogs. She and her ex-husband adopted a white and black pitbull named Sophie in 2012, whom they now share custody of. Jennifer expanded her canine family once again last autumn when she welcomed a Great Pyrenees rescue puppy into her busy life. She proudly introduced 'Lord Chesterfield' to her Instagram followers in October 2020, revealing that 'he stole my heart forever.'