I'm finally able to take Remi out places with me. So yesterday I took him to Petsmart, a local pet store, and Dairy Queen with the family. I noticed that he barks at other dogs, but I don't think its out of agression. He was fine at Petsmart, he barked at a family down one aisle and then he was fine. But when we went to the local pet store, there were some small dogs that started barking when they saw Remi and our other dog Chance. Even when the owner got her three to shut up Chance's bark turned into agression. He looked like he wanted to kill the other dogs, and Remi not as badly as Chance kept barking at them. He walked outside and let them calm down. Later that evening we went to DQ for ice cream and I took Remi on his own. He barked when he saw another small dog but I got him quiet. After that dog left a corgi came and Remi barked but I asked if it was okay for Remi to greet his dog (Red) was wagging his tail at Remi. Remi was fine with him. He had his little nub of a tail tucked but he let Red sniff him, and he sniffed Red. He did sit down and let Red lick his face a few times. When Red tried to leave Remi was trying to go with him. He didn't want him to leave, and he started wagging his tail then. All of the dogs he has been around since I got him at 8 weeks are reactive dogs. They bark at everything from people who come into the house, people walking by the yard, and other dogs. He wasn't a barker until recently when someone would knock he'd bark until he saw who it was, then he was fine. And now he barks at dogs. I think its because of Chance and the other three dogs he has been around since I got. But I don't know for sure. So my question is, how to get Remi to not immediately bark at when he sees other dogs? Is it possible he is only barking at them because he thinks thats what he is suppose to do since the others bark? I have no idea how to train him to not bark when he sees other dogs on a walk or at the store. Also not bark when people are at the door. I praying someone can help me, since I take him everywhere I can with me.