I am working with the clicker with her, so when we are on our walks I always reward her when she walks a while straight or when she follows the command "drop it". Most of the times she drops whatever she has in her mouth, but two times she had some type of big berry and she just wouldn't drop and I couldn't get it out of her mouth...
When I walk I always keep an eye on her and I can often see the nutty phase coming and try to give her some sit and lay down commands to stop it. Most of the time it works, but sometimes I am just too late and she already jumped up to bite my shirt.
At home she's rarely jumping up on me, but every time when she sees our 3 year old, she goes right after him and tries to bite his clothes and tries to jump up. So I end up, separating them almost constantly which is of course not always so easy. Good we still have the gates around in our living room, so my son is most of the time in the living room and Bailey in the kitchen/diningarea.
We have our former dog trainer stopping at our house today, I hope he can give us some tips too.