That is one thing that I know I need to do more, TwoBigEars. Most of the time when I have been working on recall with Doyle, it's been with my other two dogs with me. He's rewarded for coming with them when called, coming when called and the periodic checking in that he has done. If it's just me with my personal dogs out, I actually have few issues because Myles and Leia don't care about other dogs. They don't react and it leaves Doyle without "backup". Last sunday when I was out with just my kids, things were much more pleasant. And I don't see hikes as just exercise.
It is a chance for "real world" training and I do have things that I expect my dogs to do. I take any time as a time for training, so play and training and our day to day life all blend together.
I do know that I need to up the obedience with just him, and work on his leash manners more. I am finally getting him to understand that when you do what you are asked good things happen. Food rewards are only something he is just now starting to understand, and I am hoping to eventually move toys into that system as well. He didn't have much formal anything in his first five months I have a feeling, so its been a little catch up there.
He actually does have a wait command that we have worked on, but I need to get an actual stay going. The wait is so he doesn't charge in and out of crates, doors, my SUV, the kennel at work. Things of that nature. I do feel much of his being a twerp is due to his age, hormones and my needing to step things up.
I have actually looked at that video you posted, Chip! However, Doyle has no reaction to dogs behind a fence really or in a car. I would likely have to go into a situation where I would figure there will be dogs in his line of sight, but not close enough that he would stop really thinking. He isn't totally committed to the act, since I can't come up with a better way of putting it. If we are on the side of the trail and the dog passes far from us, he just watches and then ignores. If I walk him past the dog, I can let go of his collar once we're a step or two past and he just goes racing forward. He isn't so determined to get the dog that he's uncontrollable.
Which is why I am taking steps to keep it from going further, but it just gets to be annoying when people see you putting a leash on your dog and don't do something to contain their dogs. I've gone to just getting my dogs off to the side of the trail period. The older two have solid recalls, and it always helps when you have a bag of tasty treats to encourage them to stay close and come sit when you stop moving.