The Food and Drug Administration and Centers for Disease Control is warning about pig ear treats. Authorities say the treats could sicken people and their pets. State agencies are investigating 127 human cases of salmonelllosis related to several types of salmonella with a suspected link to the pet treats.The CDC reported 26 people have been hospitalized as a result of the outbreak and 24 illnesses are among children younger than five.The CDC says people can get sick after handling the treats or for caring for dogs that ate them. Dogs also might get sick after eating them, according to the agency.Pet stores are being advised not to sell any pig ears and to sanitize any shelves or other surfaces that might have the treats might have touched. The CDC is also asking distributors, importers, suppliers and wholesalers not to sell them.