In Memory of Tucker: Jamestown Boy Raises Money for Lost Dogs

A seven-year-old Jamestown boy is honoring a dog he called his brother, by helping dozens of other dogs find better lives.

By helping dozens of other dogs find better lives.

Trevin Behm and his family lost their dog, Tucker, to cancer last month.

In Tucker’s memory, Trevin began raising money for Prairie Paws Rescue.

So far, he’s raised more than $1,800 for local animals.

Behm and Prairie Paws owner Kaye John went shopping over the weekend, buying food and supplies for animals in need.

“What a wonderful thing,” John says. “I mean, Tucker’s legacy will be able to live on through the pets in need at our rescue here at Prairie Paws.”
Behm explains, “If one person helps a dog, then a lot of people help a dog.”
Trevin is still raising money for the rescue.

You can make donations in his name directly to Prairie Paws.

You can view their website here.

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