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The anti-vaxx movement has seemed to spread into the pet-owner world. Good Morning Britain even set out a kind of casting call for pet owner's who fear their animal may become autistic if vaccinated.

The British Veterinarian Association issued a stern warning.

We are aware of an increase in anti-vaccination pet owners in the US who have voiced concerns that vaccinations may lead to their dogs developing autism-like behaviour. But there is currently no scientific evidence to suggest autism in dogs or a link between vaccination and autism.

All medicines have potential side effects but in the case of vaccines these are rare and the benefits of vaccination in protecting against disease far outweigh the potential for an adverse reaction.

Internet users chimed in with anecdotes—

—and straight up roasts.