Yes, both Liz and BW are correct. You are in a bad situation right now because, most likely, she was not fed correctly (people tend to feed way too much protein -especially now that everybody is feeding those terrible High Potency pellets!) and she was not kept at a strict solar schedule so she was already hormonal by the time she got to you - add this to the fact that we are in too breeding season and that she chose your husband as her human and you became, as BW said, the enemy! I am having problems with my toos myself and both of them are the sweetest things! Linus bit Freddy's toes and he ended up losing half of two of them
- and he bit me out of sheer over excitement! This morning, I had to keep an eye on him and run to another spot when he came running to me because he was intent on chewing on my shoes -something he has never done before but which is a common problem with them.
The only advice I can give you is to make sure she is not eating a lot of protein (no free-feeding it!), that she is kept at a super strict solar schedule (your only hope of her hormonal production decreasing in another couple of months) and not to interact physically with her, most especially when your husband is home! If you can manage it, a good bath will distract her (they all love baths!) and give her lots and lots of stuff to chew (toys don't work too good when they are hormonal, you need to provide wood, preferably in the shape of a box so they can go in and chew it from the inside -that usually keeps them busy for a while).