When we write about puppy mills, one of the major criticisms about their existence is the overcrowding. But a case in Ohio takes overcrowding to an even higher degree than the usual horror. Authorities in Licking County, Ohio, found 61 dogs of various breeds and sizes crammed into a single minivan. The van had apparently broken down and was parked in front of a motel. One of the motel workers saw the dogs inside and called the sheriff.