SHOW #76 (September 13, 2015)
CAN A PILL HELP YOUR DOG LIVE LONGER? Also: Protect your kid's privacy at school, new safety policy at AutoNation, free park passes for fourth-graders, Washington's new data breach law, and does smoking e-cigs lead to smoking tobacco?

               
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Dog Aging Project home page

KOMO News: UW researchers testing drug as 'fountain of youth' for pet dogs (video)

NBC News: Privacy Quiz: How Do You Stop Schools From Sharing Kids' Data?

USA TODAY: AutoNation halts sales of recalled vehicles

Every Kid in a Park (free park passes for fourth graders)

Washington State's Data Breach Notification Law

Washington State Renews and Expands ID Theft Task Forces

KOMO News: Electronic cigarettes may lead to smoking tobacco, study finds

KOMO News: Saving With Student Discounts (video)


Homeward Pet's Happy Tails Wine Walk
features more than 18 wineries opening their doors for tasting to more than 400 participants and 300+ canines! Enjoy a leisurely stroll through Woodinville's Hollywood Wine District with other wine- and dog-lovers and their four-legged friends! Stop by any of the supporting wineries for a taste, and swing by the Dog Zone to enjoy animal-friendly shopping, get advice on training, nutrition and more from local animal-related businesses, and let your four-legged friend get a massage, bob for balls and other fun activities.

 


          

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