I would like my mal to be off leash in safe areas. The problem is, he has an incredibly high prey drive. He's fine on walks, except when he sees a rabbit or cat. He has tunnel vision and listens to no one. Not even the trainers. He's very food motivated but that doesn't even work. I put the treat right in front of his face, but he doesn't even see it. A long time ago, when he was about to turn 1 year, I took him to my dad's ranch in Reno. He has lots of animals there. Goats, sheep, cattle, horses. Aspen was off leash at the time and I didn't think he would be a problem to the animals because he was still a puppy. He took off after one of the small goats! He chased it for about 2 minutes. He would have killed it if it weren't for my dad shooting his rifle in the air. He looked like what a lion or wolf looks like when chasing their prey. Aspen's eyes were completely black and totally fixed on the goat. He didn't listen to anyone. This is how he is when he sees a cat or rabbit or something small. He has no problem with small dogs. I have read that mals have a higher prey drive than huskies. Don't know if it's true though. Any suggestions or tips?