Trinity, AKA Baby Nay Nay, passed over the Rainbow Bridge on Saturday, September 19th, 2020. She was born in California on January 12th, 2007. This long legged Cali girl hopped a plane to Indy and met her mom, Angie, her dad, Heath, her brother’s Hunter and Blake and her sister, Kennedy at the airport. Trinity quickly fit right in and became the pack leader of her human siblings. She watched over them when they played outside, wherever they went so did she. She had her big brown eyes on them at all times. If you visited our home and rang the doorbell, it sounded like a tornado ripping through the house as Trinity flew to the entryway, slid across the wood floor and almost came through the front door to find out who was there. Her bark made you think twice about hitting that doorbell a second time.
Trinity loved her people and was her happiest when they we were all home together. She went crazy for the snow and loved the cold Indiana winters. She also loved food…man did she love food! She got to the point of chattering her teeth at you if you weren’t sharing whatever delicious treat you were having at the time, ask us we have the video to prove it! Some of her favorite things were McDonald’s cheeseburgers, chicken breasts, carrots, bananas and of course peanut butter. And her most favorite treat….Birthday cake. She knew when we sang Happy Birthday it meant a slice of cake was soon to follow.
Trinity was our family’s protector, she had quite an intimidating presence. However, everyone that knew her saw the proper lady she was, always crossing her paws when she sat down. She was a good girl in every way. Our hearts hurt so much not having her here with us daily. The house seems too quiet and our days a little less fun. Her memory will never leave us and we’ll hold tight to the almost 14 years of stories we have from growing up with her. We lost our best friend, but she’ll always be right here in our hearts. We love you always Trinity.
-A dog is the only thing on Earth that loves you more than he loves himself-
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