Under Ohio law, no person can do any of the following: (1) promote, engage in, or be employed at dog fighting; (2) receive money for the admission of another person to a place kept for dog fighting; (3) sell, purchase, possess, or train a dog for dog fighting; (4) use, train, or possess a dog for seizing, detaining, or maltreating a domestic animal; (5) purchase a ticket of admission to or be present at a dogfight; and (6) witness a dogfight if it is presented as a public spectacle.
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