Some friends tame lions, or are superheroes, or fly on wings. Some pitch 100mph, move mountains, or might even be kings. But my best friend was all those things!
The research is overflowing and resounding that pets possess a special place and purpose in the lives of pet parents. From therapy to service animals to our own wolf pacts, the site of just seeing a pet can lift our spirits. Pets, particular dogs, have been interwoven into the family construct for ages. Hence why they are known as man’s best friend.
Losing a member of the wolf pact can be a difficult life event but Princeton’s Place serves as a reminder that even when love is in transition, that it remains eternal. I wrote Princeton’s Place to not only honor a great friend, but to process the loss of a dear companion as well.
The Power of Princeton
From the heart that nurtured Princeton since he was a puppy, Ricardo Romero embraces audiences with his heartfelt and intimate story of the lessons that this best friend brought into his life.
Princeton’s Place is a story you’ll want to read again and again for its lovely message about true friendship, devotion, courage and love.