I am really struggling to cope with our 12 week old lab girl. My husband works away during the week so I am on my own with my 8 year old daughter and the puppy. My daughter has Sensory Processing difficulties and I had hoped building a relationship with the dog would help, however my daughter is struggling as all my time is taken up with the dog. We are struggling with the puppy biting and jumping on her so although she will occasionally stroke her when she is calm, the rest of the day she mostly avoids coming downstairs. Personally I am struggling with the amount of chewing, yes I expected to have to redirect her to toys and chews but I didn't expect the extent of it! I had a dog previously that chewed a bit when a puppy but nothing like this! I feel like I actively need to try and do something with her the whole time she is awake, so I brush her, feed her, do some training - sit, stay, down, leave-it, look-at-me, paw, lead-walking - have her chase me, play with toys in the house or in the garden. Started taking short am and pm walks with her. but it never seems to be enough and there still is loads of time where she just wants to chew the furniture or dig up the garden. Most of the time I really don't know what to do with her. She has not taken to the crate at all so she sleeps in the kitchen at night. I am doing reward training in the crate with her. She has also had some health problems. We took her to the vet within a few days of having her as she had green mucus discharge after peeing. They tested for urine infection and first round did not clear infection she is now on last two days of a 10 day course of antibiotics, still has the mucus. And she's had very soft messy poos for the past 3 weeks. We have had her for nearly 5 weeks now and I'm exhausted, been crying most days. I am seriously considering giving her up as I am struggling with my mental health. My husband doesn't want me to give up and says it will be great in a year but I just can't cope on a day to day basis right now and feel guilty for failing the puppy and my family.