People: Jennifer Aniston Has Considered Getting Another Pup after Her & Ex Justin Theroux's Dog Dolly's Death

Jennifer Aniston is finally ready to say goodbye to her dog Dolly, months after it passed. She is willing to open her heart to a new relationship with another furry friend.

For pet owners, losing a pet can be as sad as losing a child, and after Jennifer Aniston lost her dog — Dolly — which she shared with her ex-husband, Justin Theroux, in July, she was sure her heart would be closed forever to another furry friend.

Jennifer Aniston poses backstage during the 2019 E! People's Choice Awards | Photo: Getty Images

Jennifer Aniston poses backstage during the 2019 E! People's Choice Awards | Photo: Getty Images

ANISTON IS SO CLOSE TO HAVING ANOTHER ONE

Thankfully, time heals all wounds, and the actress, according to People, is ready to open her heart again. She told the news outlet in the new issue of the magazine,

"Oh God, I've come so close [to getting another]. And my friend, Ellen DeGeneres, as you know, loves nothing more than to bombard me with extremely heartbreaking photos of animals that need homes."

Aniston, who is one of the four individuals named "People of the Year," added that if she could, she'll own a Llama, a pig, an alpaca, sheep, and goats.

Jennifer Aniston attends a special screening of "The Morning Show" on November 1, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

Jennifer Aniston attends a special screening of "The Morning Show" on November 1, 2019 | Photo: Getty Images

SHE IS OPEN TO LOVE

However, the "Friends" star is restraining herself for the sake of DeGeneres dogs, Clyde and Sophie, whom she wants to be happy. 

Jennifer Aniston has had an eventful year, breaking records on Netflix and starting a hit show on Apple TV +. She revealed that 2019 taught her how much she is capable of, and her level of perseverance. 

The beloved German Shepherd, Dolly, passed away after a heroic struggle.

 Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux at the ceremony honoring Jason Bateman with Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame on July 25, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images

Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux at the ceremony honoring Jason Bateman with Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame on July 25, 2017 | Photo: Getty Images

In an Instagram post at the time, Theroux, alongside a photo post of the happier days of the dog's life, described it as their most loyal family member, adding that it "surrendered its sword and shield."

Dolly's death came after Aniston's marriage with the actor ended, and asides from opening her heart to get another pet, the "Just Go with It" star is opening up her heart to fall in love again. She told the news outlet,

"[Love] is fantastic. It's an absolutely beautiful thing. I mean, I also think that it's the way we get to know ourselves by being vulnerable enough to let love in."

SHE IS OPEN TO THE UNKNOWNS

The "Murder Mystery" actress believes that even if it's scary, love is always worth it in the end, and her advice is for people to not close themselves up while learning from past experiences. 

Jennifer Aniston has had an eventful year, breaking records on Netflix and starting a hit show on Apple TV +. She revealed that 2019 taught her how much she is capable of, and her level of perseverance. 

The "The Morning Show" star also learned bravery, and while she does not have resolutions for the new year, Aniston is thrilled about all the "Unknowns" 2020 will bring her way.

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