Then his leash shouldn’t be attached to a collar. He should be in a no-pull harness, preferably an escape-proof one. If the leash is attached to the collar at all, it should be as back-up. Do you have any idea what damage you could be doing to his neck by walking him in a collar when you know what he could do if he catches a scent?and not care if he chokes himself- because he isn't thinking at that point - I am not even sure if he is aware that he is choking (I'm serious)
And yet, you still refer to it!The second way and hunters will agree is the use of a tool that understandably cannot be named on the forum
Perhaps this isn’t the forum for you.