OK, maybe I should have explained further..
The owner was clearly embarrassed by his dog's behavior, and IMO could easily have lost control of his dog. It was almost a wrestling match.
He saw Kira ignore his dog 100%, and asked for help controlling his dog. I honestly didn't want to stop, or get involved because I have Kira in such a good place right now. The last thing I wanted, was another setback. I told him I had a meeting, and kept walking.
If I see him again, (without Kira), I may want to offer a suggestion.
What would you say to an inexperienced handler, wrestling with a young, apparently fearful dog?
I wear my heart on my sleeve, and always try to help. It's my #1 weakness.