Tips for a dog who is acting too dominant?

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He’s 90 pounds and 2 y/o. He’s had stages, so to say, off and on since he was about 8 months old where he just does not know where to stop. He’s very sweet and I don’t think he has any intention to hurt anyone, but he definitely has intention to be the dominant one and it usually only becomes and issue with other dominant dogs. And every once and awhile dogs that are overly submissive. Recently we had a very big issue where he didn’t want to let another dogs collar go. They were playing the dominance game and we had to splash water on him in order to get him to let it go. I don’t know what to do, he’s super sweet to people but it’s like he lacks social skills with other dogs. I’ve been trying to establish dominance over him through little actions such as not coming to him, forcing him to come to me, and trying to reaffirm my place as lack leader. But I’m just not sure if it’s enough, I want to be able to take him to the dog park and not worry about him being overly dominant/playing aggressively. Any tips welcome

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