As I've mentioned before, Summit does a great job of telling Kili off. And she totally respects it. In fact, she's a bit over dramatic about it. If he tells her off too harshly she will actually scream for about 20-30 seconds non-stop as if she is dying. It's a blood chilling scream. Talk about a drama queen! He's never hurt her. But it works because she modifies her behaviour and she respects him. However, I have noticed that this is not the case with smaller dogs. She takes their warnings as an invitation to play.
This is a video of Kili with Ruby, a 14 year old Spaniel that I am dog sitting for 2 weeks. This gives you a little taste of how she ignores warnings from smaller dogs. It's not the best video of it. Often she will pester and pester and pester. I usually have to step in and redirect her attention to a toy, a more appropriate play mate, or ask her to work on some of her commands.
And now here is a video of Kili playing nice with my co-worker's 8 month old Golden. These two are great together. I love letting them play together!
Obviously we need to work on respecting smaller dogs.