@Kafka45 I didn't have the "moving" them problem with either of my 2 girls but neither were puppies when I got them. I did get the "FU" look when I just pushed until they got uncomfortable & moved, then I'd get the FU look. At that point, I just looked back at her, frowned & in a stern voice (not yelling, just matter of fact stern) said, "YOU little girl are NOT THE BOSS! YOU can sit there & look at me all night like that but it's getting you nothing!" Then I'd turn my head away & look at the TV but still was able to see her from the corner of my eye. After a few minutes, she laid down where she had been sitting on the floor. I continued to ignore her & when she got up & started to get back up on the sofa, I looked at her & said, "Ahht Ahht - NO" & she sat back down on the floor. After a few minutes more, she sat up & took a front paw & pawed at me in the air, without touching me. Then I looked at her & asked her "What do you want?" The FU look was gone & the "I'm so sorry" look was in her eyes. Then she'd rest her paw on my knee or leg & I'd lean over & pet her, telling her I love you but you don't growl at Momma. But you have to try what eeeefarm said & I'm sure there will be some others with suggestions too. But to get rid of her to a new home? You'll give her anxiety problems & she'll be insecure!! Plus, you'll be giving that particular problem to another family. YOU can deal with this issue! Don't give up on her!! Did you buy her from a PetShop or a breeder? If you got her from a breeder ~ call them & talk to them about what's going on. They should be able to help you. If you bought from a PetShop, you bought a dog from a puppy mill or back yard breeder. Please, work with her, call the breeder or other wise, call a trainer in your area. Please let us know where you got the pup from & how you're dealing with the problem!! I just really hope you don't just give up on her!!