Fake meds from online sellers could prove dangerous to your pet

Fake meds from online sellers could prove dangerous to your pet

Seventy percent of U.S. families own a pet, according to the National Pet Owners Survey, and they are spending more money on their furry friends, including $10 billion on pet medications alone, according to a Pet Medications in the U.S. report.

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