You’ve probably heard about antibiotic resistance in humans, but what about pets? It turns out some veterinarians and scientists are very concerned about it. As Consumer Reports found out, they’re sounding the alarm in the interest of public and pet health. When people take antibiotics they don't need, it can lead to the development of bacteria that resist those drugs and are harder to treat with the typical medications used. And the exact same thing can happen with animals.

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