I have read a lot of dog training information that days not to set your dog up to fail, so take the training in smaller steps. I have been doing this, but now we have an issue. For the last month or so when Charlie sees another dog he starts barking at it and pulling on his leash. He is doing it in a very frienldy way because he's so excited to see the dog. This occurs most often in our front yard, but also sometimes on walks as well. I tell him the quiet command, which he knows but ignores, and I have tried pulling back on his leash. I never pick him up because I know that is not good in most of these situations. As for the setting him up to fail part, I don't usually try and get him to sit during these times. He has to sit for most things, but when he sees a dog or is really excited he ignores me, so the sit command would probably just set him up to fail and also have him learn to ignore the command. What is the best response on my part in this type of situation? Any comments or suggestions?