Inside Jennifer Aniston & Justin Theroux's Custody Battle: Who Gets The Pups?

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Feb. 16 2018, Updated 7:49 p.m. ET

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Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux may have not have had any children throughout their seven year relationship, but they do have three adorable fur babies! And now that the couple is splitting up, it begs the question: who’s getting custody of their dogs?

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Jen and Justin share Dolly, Sophie, and Clyde. In addition, Justin’s been spotted walking a pit bull around New York City in recent weeks.

However, Justin may be volunteering to walk pit bulls for the Best Friend Animal Society in New York City. The hunk has posted several pics of pit bulls available for adoption in recent weeks.

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Still, that leaves his three pooches with Jen! In 2012, Justin and Jen adopted Sophie from a shelter. It’s clear Justin is smitten with the pit bull.

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Jennifer adopted Dolly, her white shepherd mix, in 2005, long before she started dating Justin, so she may get dibs on her.

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However, the couple adopted Sophie and Clyde while they were together. According to PetMD, the dogs usually stay with the owner who remains in the house where they are used to living. Since Justin is currently staying in NYC, that may mean Jen’s getting primary custody of the pooches!

What do you think Jen and Justin will decide regarding their dogs? Sound off in the comments below!


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