No it doesn't because dogs don't try to dominate humans or other dogs so to speak. They learn how to act around others based upon their learning experiences like humans do so if they know they can use a behaviour to get their own way and it works, they'll continue to do it. It might work with one dog but not another which is why they treat different dogs differently.
As puppies, it is very important that they meet adult dogs over other pups once they've had their jabs and all because it's the adult dogs that teach them how to act like adult dogs, not other puppies. They've had plenty of experience meeting other puppies in the form of their siblings....now is the time for them to learn the big world from the grown ups and they'll teach him how to show a bit more respect.