Honestly all you can do about the biting is not give her the opportunity to bite. I have a biter too. She doesn't bite because she's mean, she bites because I apparently smell delicious. Then she hangs on because my reaction sometimes scares her. What do I do? I keep fleece between my skin and her face at all times. So long as I avoid her face, I don't really need the fleece, but if she can reach skin, there's a chance she'll bite it. If you're conscious of her body language you'll start figuring out when she's likely to bite. Also, you need to monitor your reaction. I know it's tough, but you need to keep your reaction as minimal as possible. Wait for her to let go. If you jerk your hand or whatever got bit, you'll scare her and possible hurt both of you. And the biggie, do NOT put her back in her cage if she bites you. You have to make sure she does not associate biting with going back into her cage. Keep her out another good 10 to 15 minutes before putting her away. Hand her off to someone if you have to, but keep her out. Good luck!