I've seen my fair share of spazzy, out of control dogs, but I've never been as appalled as I was today over the behavior of this one dog. It's my week to help out taking care of the dogs at school, so I took this one beagle x outside for a potty break. Pottying never happened, because the entire time he was chewing on the leash, chewing on my hands, jumping up on me and biting my arms, my clothes, probably would have bit my face if he could. I don't know how old he is, if he's a puppy or what, but I feel like it was almost borderline vicious. He had NO bite inhibition whatsoever--my arm is bruised and I have red marks all up and down from him. Seriously even when I put him back in his kennel, when I turned around to walk out, he still kept jumping on me and biting at me. I've never been so frustrated with a dog. All the dogs we get are from shelters and they're at school for about a month; not only are they there for us to practice on, but it's also our job to try to make them more adoptable. It's no surprise he ended up in a shelter and I feel bad for him because I don't know who would want to adopt a dog with that kind of behavior. I'm seriously hoping I don't have to walk him the rest of the week, because it's obnoxious and PAINFUL. And I have no idea how to get him to stop. I wish people would just train their puppies.