Annie Sweetheart Passes Over the Rainbow Bridge

“Annie Bannanie” through the seasons…


Our hearts are broken today, as we had to say goodbye to our sweet girl, Annie. She was our girl for 12 of her 14 years. She was a little shy at the beginning, but blossomed into the sweetest, most loving companion. She loved to play in the yard, and had excellent hearing. If she was outside, she could hear the treat cabinet open, from the far side of the backyard—and would be at the door in seconds.

She never meet a person she did not love to get to know. She was always ready to make new friends, and had a lot of them—both with two feet and four. Dog and human friends from all over would stop by to say hello and share a treat.

Besides Ruth and myself, her favorite and best buddy, was our red Golden, Charlie. We know she is running and playing with him in doggie heaven at this very minute.

Annie will be missed by Ruth, Larry, and cat buddies Max and Lilly, as well as many other friends. Years ago, a neighbor’s grandson called her “Annie Sweetheart.” That name stuck, as her sweet disposition was ever-present.

We love you and miss you with all our hearts “Annie Bannanie!”

The Nix Family