I get it. Totally. I don't know how old your baby is, but I will tell you that I felt the same way. I had a 46 hour labor, a miserable stay in the hospital, and for the first few months, terrible insomnia coupled with the typical sleeplessness of a newborn. I was in no shape to care for anything else but that baby first and me, kinda-sorta second. Had my husband not taken care of our three dogs (and two cats) during that time, I would have gone crazy.
And the thing is, I think my issues with the dogs all centered on the dogs missing my attention. So it was this cycle off them being clingy, it bothering me and avoiding them, then them needing me more. It got better, though. Once I realized what was happening, I tried to give the dogs a little more attention when I could. Nothing extravagant, but just saying hello and a pet now and then, a little time with just us in the yard, sucking it up and letting them pile on top of me while I tried to rest, that sort of thing. It helped them chill out with their poking/leaning/following me around...and because they were less underfoot, it helped me like having them around again. But for the first oh, 6-7 months, it wasn't easy and it took effort from both me and my husband.
So. Here's my thought. Think hard about whether or not this feeling is deeper than just being stressed out and "one more thing on your plate" to deal with. Think about whether you truly can commit to her for the rest of her life -- and make it a reasonably good quality for her -- keeping in mind that as your children get older, there will be new dog-kid-life issues that need to be worked through. Have your husband consider what he's willing to do to give her more attention in the meantime. If there isn't a commitment to the rest of her life (which could be as long as 10 more years), then yes, surrendering her back to her breeder or to a ridgeback rescue would, without question, be best. If you have any doubts, then I'd say to surrender her now, not in a few years, when she's older and harder to place.
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