Dog's death from antifreeze sparks boy's quest for a new law

02/14/2012 | WDAF-TV (Kansas City, Mo.)

After his dog, Nikko, died from antifreeze toxicity, 12-year-old Aaron Coash is on a mission to have a state law in Kansas requiring antifreeze be mixed with a bitter-tasting agent that will deter dogs from ingesting the toxic substance. Each year in the U.S., some 10,000 animals die after consuming antifreeze. Coash's efforts would also help children, more than 1,000 of whom die every year in the U.S. from antifreeze ingestion.

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