So we have kinda of a rescue, a three year old. supposingly a cross dashound/pug but we think boxer/pug. We have little background info on him. Everything is going sweet now already in three weeks. No more afraid darting and lashing to strangers (think that was because of the moving part) I have noticed he has no clue how to approach another dog. I have tried three controlled meetings. (He hangs into the leash, hair up from tail to neck, complete stiff) In three controlled meetings he had this same approach and one of them ended good, in playbow, so he made one friend. Mostly on the walks we distract him in the hope that he will calm down on a later stage to meet other dogs. BUT I have noticed that other dogs lashout on him from across the street. He is busy with us not even seeing them???? He has his balls still and I know from previous owning that sometimes there is the male thing smell but from all the way across the street? Could it be that. Or is he just the new kid on the block? Its kinda of frustrating cause everytime he gets that respons from another dog, its a step back in having him approaching a dog in a propper way. Its to early now and due covid to do a behavior training course with him. We will do that aswell but we wanne keep working with him on this issue. So if anyone has any tips or advice? Its more than welcome.