Do The Amish Really Run Puppy Mills?

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Do the Amish run puppy mills?

We are trying to shed light on the fact that Amish DO run puppy mills. According to the USDA list of licensees, over 98% of Ohio’s puppy mills are run by the Amish, 97% of Indiana’s are Amish and 63% of Pennsylvania puppy mills also run by Amish.

Are Amish puppy mills bad?

Puppy Farm pups are often kept in wire cages and you might see signs of this on their paws. In general, be wary of bad breeders and report anything suspicious until no dog has to endure such a terrible life. So, not all Amish run puppy mills; however, this is why it’s important to do your research!

What state has the most puppy mills?

According to the Humane Society’s “Horrible Hundred” report, Missouri has at least 23 puppy mills with previous violations, followed by Ohio with 13, Iowa with 10 and Pennsylvania with 9. Other states with more than five breeders are Kansas, Wisconsin, Nebraska and New York.

Is Millersburg Ohio known for puppy mills?

Puppy mills are large pet breeding operations focused on profit over animal welfare. The Ohio breeders and stores listed in the report are located in the cities of Baltimore, Canton, Charm, Dundee, Fredericksburg, Loudonville, Millersburg and Sugar Creek.

Do the Amish eat dogs?

Dog farming is a large part of the economy for many Amish communities. The dogs in these Amish mills are treated like livestock. They will spend their entire lives in a cage, being bred until they can longer produce. The Amish breeders that we have researched may have anywhere from 10 to over 1,000 dogs.

What time do Amish go to bed?

The Amish stay up after dark, but they go to bed early: typically between 9 and 9.30pm in summer, and more like 8.30-9pm in winter. Most people start work at around 5.30am, so they’re often up by 4.45am.