Puppy not understanding corrective actions/words

Looking for resources to teach my 4.5 month old pointer puppy what it doesn’t mean. Sounds weird, but everything I’ve tried runs in a feedback loop with the dog getting more and more amplified and uncontrollable. I call it the demonic zoomies. The bottom line is that he is a good dog. Very intelligent and I train constantly. She is housebroken, knows all the basic commands around the house (working on those in more distracting settings), crate trained, in basic obedience class and have had advice in the past so I am aware of her energy needs . She goes for a walk or hike every day, she has a backyard to run around in (she works from home most days) and lots of toys to play with or teething. I feel that she has her needs for energy and stimulation met. The usual example is she starts biting your hands to get you to stop playing or redirects you to something else then she comes back trying to bite your feet so I try to scold you or use positive means to get her to stop playing that makes her more excited and that progresses Following the advice of the trainer, we have tried to control him through the collar to calm him down or place him on his back. That makes the situation even worse. I feel like that’s when she’s too tired, but all of her other puppy behaviors have improved. This is starting to become a big concern.

Looking for resources to teach my 4.5 month old pointer puppy what it doesn’t mean. Sounds weird, but everything I’ve tried runs in a feedback loop with the dog getting more and more amplified and uncontrollable. I call it the demonic zoomies. The bottom line is that he is a good dog. Very intelligent and I train constantly. She is housebroken, knows all the basic commands around the house (working on those in more distracting settings), crate trained, in basic obedience class and have had advice in the past so I am aware of her energy needs . She goes for a walk or hike every day, she has a backyard to run around in (she works from home most days) and lots of toys to play with or teething. I feel that she has her needs for energy and stimulation met. The usual example is she starts biting your hands to get you to stop playing or redirects you to something else then she comes back trying to bite your feet so I try to scold you or use positive means to get her to stop playing that makes her more excited and that progresses Following the advice of the trainer, we have tried to control him through the collar to calm him down or place him on his back. That makes the situation even worse. I feel like that’s when she’s too tired, but all of her other puppy behaviors have improved. This is starting to become a big concern.

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