WHIO TV reported on May 8 that 125 were rescued from a house near Troy, Ohio. From the article:
“Unless you have an exhaustive staff, around the clock staff, I can’t imagine a scenario where those animals would be given proper care,” said Corey Roscoe of the Columbus chapter of the Humane Society of the United States.
Cases like the one in Miami County are part of a troubling trend of puppy mills in Ohio, Roscoe said.
She said preventing puppy mills is up to us, first to not buy from sellers supplied by puppy mills. Second is for neighbors to be alert.
“If you think you see something, it is important to tell authorities. If you smell something, if something doesn’t seem right,” Roscoe said.