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Excessive excited barking

I have a 7 month old girl that is a great dog and has come a very long way with her training and listening but one thing that we seem to be having problems with is her barking/whining/crying at other dogs, whether on a leash or at the dog park. It is not an aggressive bark whatsoever, she is the biggest baby ever, it is an excited bark because she wants to see the dog and play with them. But to people who do not know her all they see is a german shepherd barking and crying at their dog, which to some think is aggressive. I need help because it is just embarassing and I cannot figure out how to make her stop being overly excited about this. Is it something that she will grow out of?
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