Share 'Puppies 'Viewed as Livestock' in Amish Community, Says Rescue Advocate'
The Amish are widely viewed as plain, peaceful people. Reclusive and private, most people only catch glimpses of them as they make their way through the hills of Pennsylvania's Dutch County in buggies.
But some of their perfectly manicured farms are home to a secret world. Lancaster County has been called the puppy millcapital of the U.S., and the trade is largely dominated by the Amish.
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