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Dogs' dominance aggression is rarely directed toward a person.
Either male dominance aggression - where two male dogs giving off a strong masculine scent do not appreciate sharing the same stomping ground or it could be his wrinkled face - most dogs only have strong wrinkles around their face to show displeasure so your Shar pei constantly looks like he is growling to other dogs.
In reality, dominance aggression rarely occurs, but is just misinterpreted as dominance.