I lost the greatest sweetest most gentle dog I will ever have nearly 2 years ago. I grieve him everyday. Just tonight I began crying about him going down the dog food aisle. About 5 and a half months ago I got a puppy that was supposed to be golden retriever. It appears she is a goldendoodle. She is wired 24/7. She is always mouthing and biting--I have had 2 trainers--there has been some progress but not much. I can rarely cuddle with her as she is constantly grabbing something inappropriate to put in her mouth, just cannot lie still. She is only 8 months old. My problem is that I love her but I don't like her. I am not sure if someone else would take her with her biting, though I may be able to get that in hand. The minute I decide I will give her up I feel relief. Then I turn around and go the other way feeling protective of this little goof (apparently goldendoodles have this "arousal" problem, which I guess explains her hyper craziness). Part of me wants to take care of her like one would a child with a handicap. I love her. I just don't like her very much. What should I do?????
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