Jennifer Aniston takes her 13-year-old dog Norman with her to the set of new movie 'The Baster' and has even installed a special seat for him next to the director's chair.
Jennifer Aniston's dog has a director's chair on the set of her new movie.
The 40-year-old actress is so close to her pet, she brings him to set when she is shooting 'The Baster'.
A source told the National Enquirer magazine: "Norman is important in Jennifer's life, but the crew is fed up with having to dote on him. Jennifer needs him around all the time and she won't stand for him being chained up. So the dog has his own chair near the director, and Jennifer also has a doggy masseuse tend to Norman every day."
Jennifer ensures 13-year-old Norman is walked three times a day, and is given meals from the actors' catering van.
The source added: "She even insists that Norman eat with the crew and that he's fed organic, human-grade food. So Jennifer's assistant has special plates made up by the caterer with free-range white meat chicken and organic rice. Norman eats healthier and better than most humans."
Jennifer's love for corgi-terrier Norman has been well documented in the past.
She has hired a therapist for him, and splashed out $250 a week on massage, Reiki and acupuncture treatments to combat his aching joints.
She has also previously said she wishes men were more like Norman, and admitted she wants to star in a film with him.
Jennifer said: "I'd want to make a movie about Norman. If there was a way to put Norman in a movie I'd do it, because his expressions are just perfect."