Beagle troubles

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Barked: Mon Jun 25, '12 4:57am PST 
I have a 5 year old beagle named Ruby, she is great with kids, people cats and dogs that she knows, but she can be dominant to new dogs, especially when on the lead, if they move before she has finished sniffing, she lets them know she's not happy!. There is never any biting involved but she has always been a dominant dog, we had to hire a dog specialist in when she was young as she used to hump peoples legs all the time......Any one have any suggestions as to how i can stop this, i don't want to aviod other dogs on the lead but its embarassing when she does it!