SHOW #101 (March 20, 2016)
KIDS GETTING POISONED ON MEDICATIONS. Also: Safety group warns parents of car seat dangers that can kill children in the rear seat, scam pay for prayer website shut down, Shakespeare's First Folio on display in Seattle & stop your dog from digging in the yard.

               
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Here are links to more information on the stories covered on this show:

Safe Kids Worldwide: Medication Safety

Safe Kids Worldwide: Keeping Kids Safe Around Medicine

CBS NEWS: 59,000 Kids End Up in ER Each Year for This One Reason

Center for Auto Safety: NHTSA Urged to Warn Parents of Seat Back Failure Dangers to Children in Rear Seats

CBS News: Safety Experts Say This Car Defect Puts Kids in Danger

KOMO News: Man Who Ran 'Pay for Prayer' Website to Pay $7.8 Million in Restitution

Seattle Public Library: Fist Folio: The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare

The Irish Times: The Making of Shakespeare’s First Folio


Mikkel Becker is a certified trainer specializing in dogs and cats,
co-author of five books in the Ultimate Pet Lover series and the
resident trainer for Vetstreet.com. Mikkel, who lives in the Puget
Sound area, does personalized pet training. You can contact her
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Mikkel.Becker@gmail.com.



Though digging can be really annoying for owners, it’s extremely rewarding for dogs. In this video, Curb Your Dog’s Digging, Mikkel shows you how to get your dog to stop.

KOMO News: Maybe You Can Get That Late Payment Fee Waived

          

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