Definitions for ORS 167.360 to 167.372
(1)“Breaking stick” means a device designed for insertion behind the molars of a dog for the purpose of breaking the dog’s grip on another animal or object.
(2)“Cat mill” means a device that rotates around a central support with one arm designed to secure a dog and one arm designed to secure a cat, rabbit or other small animal beyond the grasp of the dog.
(3)“Dogfight” means a fight, arranged by any person, between two or more dogs the purpose or probable result of which fight is the infliction of injury by one dog upon another.
(4)“Dogfighting paraphernalia” means:
(a)A breaking stick;
(c)A cat mill;
(e)A fighting pit;
(f)A leather or mesh collar with a strap more than two inches in width;
(g)A weighted or unweighted chain collar weighing 10 pounds or more; or
(h)An unprescribed veterinary medicine that is a prescription drug as defined in ORS 689.005 (Definitions).
(5)“Fighting dog” means a dog that is intentionally bred or trained to be used in, or that is actually used in, a dogfight. A dog does not constitute a fighting dog solely on account of its breed.
(6)“Fighting pit” means a walled area designed to contain a dogfight.
(7)“Springpole” means a biting surface attached to a stretchable device, suspended at a height sufficient to prevent a dog from reaching the biting surface while touching the ground.
(a)A carpet mill made of narrow sections of carpet;
(b)A modified electric treadmill for the purpose of conditioning dogs; or
(c)A slat mill with a running surface constructed of slats made of wood, fiberglass, plastic or other similar material. [1987 c.249 §1; 2005 c.467 §1; 2008 c.42 §3]
Section 167.360 — Definitions for ORS 167.360 to 167.372,