Following a complaint from a disgruntled individual who purchased a sickly pup from a Mahoning County, Ohio, dog breeder, over 100 dogs were seized by humane agents on Friday, reported Vindy.com news.
According to WKBN News, the seizure of 105 dogs from 57-year-old Terri Wylie's property makes the raid one of the largest animal busts in the county's history.
Wylie has faced complaints with regards to animal cruelty back to 1993.
Officials who removed the dogs on Friday morning stated that there were feces "everywhere," as well as excessive urine stains inside of Wylie's kennel operation.
Christopher Flak, one of the humane agents, described the breeding operation as a puppy mill and stated:
We found the conditions to be deplorable,
Wylie is facing charges multiple charges of animal cruelty.
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