By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A salmonella outbreak linked to dog treats is expanding. The CDC says 93 people in 27 states, including three in Pennsylvania, have been sickened.

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The salmonella infections are linked to pig ear dog treats.

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The FDA says people are handling the treats, then eating or preparing food without washing their hands first.

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The pathogen also spreads through feces.

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People can become sick just by petting their dogs or their dog tracking feces through their homes in their paws.