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Published on Dec 30, 2013
UNDATED (WKRC) -- A new set of regulations meant to crack down on puppy mills in Ohio goes into effect in the new year.Dog breeders, who produce at least nine litters and at least 60 dogs in a year, will need to get a state license. The law also sets standards for housing and care of dogs.The Ohio Department of Agriculture has about one-hundred license applications in progress.