WTRF.com reported today that January 1 is opening day for Ohio’s new anti-puppy mill law.
Breeders that sell 60 or more puppies each year will be required to submit photos of their kennels to the state. State officials will also inspect each facility at least one time per year.
And the article notes the Department of Agriculture has reported 100 breeders have started the license-application process.
Hopefully, the state will maintain a focus on these regulations and hopefully officials will stick to the inspection process and shut down the breeders who are not following the guidelines.PACK MENTALITY BLOG: Compassion - teamed with Science and Logic