Hello, My puppy gets into a very hyper mood and goes insane for chewing...in a way that is really not very nice! I completely understand she is a puppy (going on 9 weeks) and is going to chew, but she gets so excited that she hurts my hands and feet, or gets stuck to my pants and won't let go. I have tired making a yelping sound to let her know it hurts. It worked at first, as it seemed to get her attention and make her stop, but now she just ignores it and keeps chewing. I have also tried walking away (we have a barrier in the kitchen she cannot cross), trying to show her when she acts like that, nobody wants to play with her... but in walking away, it probably ends up feeling like a game. I very weary of totally ignoring, it seems to me like it would be self-reinforcing to just let her chew away, even if i reward her when she stops (as chewing is fun). Distracting with a toy also seems reinforcing to me. Doesn't it tell her, if you bite my foot, I'll play with you? It's making it very difficult to work with her, since I feel like just being in the same space as her ends up encouraging bad behavior. I have also tried keeping her on the leash, but she ends up practically strangling herself and dangling in the air going crazy trying to get to her chew target. Is there a right answer here??