Join Date: Feb 2013
Location: Sydney Australia
Sounds like she's just boisterous. I would not use a crate, you'll start negative associations with, what is, a potentially great training tool - that is, if there even is an association to be made in the first place, she might not connect the two as, by the time you've gotten her into her crate, a large enough time has elapsed that no association can really be made.
She obviously isn't taking your "No" seriously enough so you need to escalate the correction and you also need to let her know that you control every aspect of her life. Don't allow her on furniture, walk first into dooryways so that she follows you, make her move when she's in your way. She's too young to be domineering so I'd say she's just testing her boundaries and what she can get away with. You've probably unwittingly reinforced this behaviour by not stamping it out to begin with. Work on your voice inflexion and escalate as she gets more boisterous, you could even attach a leash to her and use a leash correction if that is practical you can purchase dominant dog collars for really serious dogs but I highly doubt that this is serious. But we don't want you getting bit in the face again, no matter how playful it may seem, the next one might leave you blind or need stitches, so next time she does that you need to give her a correction so strong that she understands that behaviour like that is just.not.on.