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Published: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 @ 8:17 AM
By: Kaitlin Schroeder - Staff Writer
— Eight Ohio “puppy mills” were called out by Humane Society of the United States in an annual publication that’s part of its “Stop Puppy Mills” campaign.
That puts Ohio near the top of the list when it came to states home to the most operations on the list, following Missouri, Iowa and and Pennsylvania.
The Humane Society each year publishes a report which highlights 100 problem puppy mills that it considers problematic, based on state and federal inspection records.
It included two operations in Fredericksburg, one in Fremont, one in Loudonville, three in Millersburg, and one in Shiloh.