My fiance and I took Raife to a corgi meetup group at an off-leash fenced dog park. There were tons of corgis both Pemmies and Cardis, but in order to attend this meetup, there were some pretty standard rules....No intact dogs, no excessive barking, and most important of all...you can't bring dogs who are aggressive towards other dogs. That's so obvious isn't it? Well, what happened was there was this Cardi named Jack, and when Raife went over to sniff him and possibly give him a kiss, because that's just what he does...Jack attacked him and luckily since were were standing so close, we were able to get Raife away from him before he could do any real damage, However the mental damage seemed to have already been done. We had pretty much just gotten to the dog park and so after this happened, Raife had his tail between his legs the entire rest of the time that we were there, he didn't really want to play with the other corgis, and instead used that time to run around (protecting) us and barking at any dog/human who came close...We were devastated....he had never had this kind of an encounter with another dog before and now he is so skittish around people....he seems fine around dogs, but he hasn't been around many since this incident. He barks at anyone who walks by him and especially children, since I'm sure they give off an unpredictable energy...A few days after this happened, I received an email saying that Jack was responsible for more attacks that same day and one was even caught on video. I will link the video..It isn't graphic or anything, but it was a real wake-up call to us. Seeing an owner who let her dog be alpha and be so overprotective of her, that he would attack any dog who came up to introduce themselves was scary to see. Does anyone have any advice for how we can handle introducing Raife to people now, or how to keep him quiet when they walk by...He's so scared...his heart beats so fast, and he just wants to run away...I don't want him to be so fearful, but I also do not want to nurture the fear. Thank you for listening and I appreciate any advice you might have. Youtube link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ALT-8roL2SE I want to once again mention that this is not Raife in the video, but another dog that was attacked at the park...Actually, it was more of a canine country club than a park...You can also see that the owner of Jack rewarded his barking and excited state of mind, but petting him, which I could not believe.