2011 ORS § 167.360¹
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 dogs 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;
(b) A springpole;
(c) A cat mill;
(d) A treadmill;
(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.
(8) Treadmill means:
(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]
Note: 167.360 (Definitions for ORS 167.360 to 167.372) to 167.372 (Possessing dogfighting paraphernalia) were enacted into law by the Legislative Assembly but were not added to or made a part of ORS chapter 167 or any series therein by legislative action. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.