Hackles up can indicate excitement rather than aggression. It depends on the rest of her body posture, how are her ears and her tail?
I would probably do the same thing in either case. Moments of high excitement can also be stressful in the body because you get that same rush of adrenaline you would get in a fearful situtation. I would work on getting her focused on you and working around the other dogs as a distraction. And not necessarily letting her play with the other dog until the situation is pretty mellow. Working towards a more calm disposition towards situations with other dogs.
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