Yes to training. Yes to naturally. Paul Long has an interesting method. He builds a semblance of a pointing dog out of plywood then uses it to teach honoring point.
I don't have that problem as I usually hunt alone. Even with a friend, he likes to hunt with dog, away from others. You can see the hierarchy between dogs as they hunt. If a young dog bothers my dog while hunting, she'll either ignore them or growl. When friends dog was younger, it didn't have a clue and my dog didn't show any respect. One time she bowled over her; no stopping, no trying to jump, just bowled her over. Now, my friends dog is hunting, my dog will respect her. If his dog is on a bird, my dog will back off.
Does my icon make me look fat?