well...I couldn't find it. but..here goes...
I strongly believe that fully supressing a dog's natural instincts is a sort of recipe for disaster. I feel like a better approach is to find an acceptable outlet for those drives and teach the dog that there is a time and place for those urges.
my dog Bolo came to me very violently dog aggressive in a very peculiar manner. she neither snapped, snarled nor showed any tangible warning, no threat display at all. she stiffened, crouched and lunged, with intent to kill, tail wagging.
one of the things I did and still do to decrease this behavior pattern is use a flirtpole.
her behavior patterns during her aggressive incidents have always been very similar to prey driven behaviors in other dogs, like the chasing of squirrels.
so. first things first...
I selected a brand new toy. carried it around all the time, tossing it, squeeking it, etc..and clicked and treated everytime she so much as looked at it, but never actually let her touch it.
it got to the point where she would drool, crouch and go for it the instant it came into view.
so then I started taking it outside and tying it to the flirtpole, letting her chase but not catch...and click/treat for every time she stopped moving.
I sometimes took her out and had her downstay, c/t for holding the downstay as I moved the flirtpole about. then after a good long downstay, I clicked and released her to chase as her reward.
this took a ton of work.
I added to the downstay exercise a focus cue. watch me and downstay and if you hold it long enough you can chase.
I kept at this for a good long time until I could cue her mid chase to downstay and focus. at this point she had never set teeth on the toy..not once. I still kept it with me often and c/t her interest in it.
I started to vary the location of the flirtpole exercise, breaking out a smaller flirt/same toy mid walks.
I kept my eyes peeled for the approach of other dogs on walks. it was Vital to the plan that I see them first.
I also did some observational stuff with her to pinpoint the threshold. first sign is she gets what I call shark eyes. its like they sorta glaze over. that is all...the only warning really.
so if a dog approached, she would start to go sharkeyed and I would whip out the flirt and show it to her, cuing her to downstay and focus. boy she would whimper too like "omg the lovey AND potential dogmeat!!! what's a girl to do?!?!" if she held the dstay/focus for even a second(at first) click, release to play with the flirt AND get to catch and tug on the toy...and I gradually increased the time I asked her to be chill for me until a dog could pass fifty feet away without incident.
since then I've been working on decreasing that distance. its going pretty well...hope that helps..its the basic gist of it.