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Hi all. I was going to write this as a throwaway, but being embarrassed about how I’m feeling is part of what led me to avoid opening up for so long. My fiancé and I got a beautiful, intelligent puppy a month ago. She was a rescue, and we got her at 8 weeks old. I love her so much, but at the same time I’m having trouble feeling bonded to her. I’ve done dogsitting before, and never had a problem with those dogs, but I just can’t seem to get a handle on our girl. I’m also a nanny, so jobs that require a lot of work with little measurable progress aren’t new to me. I feel like I can’t get her to listen, and the biting is just so frustrating that I’m literally driven to tears sometimes. I feel like such a hypocrite because I’m not even the one dealing with her most of the time. My fiancé works from home so he has care of her for most of the day, and he doesn’t seem to be feeling this way. In fact, I think he’s getting tired of how overwhelmed I am and how easily I break down into tears when she bites or sinks her teeth into my hair. Giving her up is not an option—I want her, my fiancé wants her, that’s not the question. I just feel so helpless and lost and I don’t know what to do. Anybody have any words of wisdom?
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