crate train and buy her more toys.
blue puppy kong and get her a ball you can put her treats inside, so she is learning how to occupy herself. Puppies need to chew, think of it as her job to develp those little teeth. a rope is good for them to chew on too. Ice cubes (though your little one may be too small for those), walk her little puppy *** around the block a few times until she is exhausted, because it only gets more active from here, especially with little ones.
She is acting like a normal puppy, they need constant attention, just like an infant. If you think her teeth are bothering her, check with petsmart or vet about teething stuff. Every time she chews something you dont want her to, DONT SCOLD HER, just pick her up and place her in front of something she can chew on. and then PRAISE HER for chewing on good stuff.
Get a crate, Never train her with puppy pads. the only place you want her to pee is outside, and trust me this takes a week or two of all attention on the doggie. so honestly, if you want it to work and work fast, cancel all of your plans for the next two weeks. Take her out (even if it is ehausting!!) every hour, take her to the same spot. and give her a treat EACH TIME< even if she doesn't pee. We used to stuff the treat in our doggies mouth the INSTANT he was done peeing. he would go straight from the crate PICKED UP,and not put down until we were at the pee spot. They can not be trusted yet to walk from the crate to teh door.. If they get off track at all, they will inevitably pee on the carpet on the way over. so that means the dog gets picked up EVERY TIME. Even if your dog does not need to pee, go outside Anyway. Every hour. I spent two weeks having a pee party with my doggie just last month when we first got him home. And if puppy does make a mistake, DONT SCOLD, just ignore and clean it UNLESS YOU ACTUALLY CATCH THEM IN THE ACT, then you can scold, and put them outside or wherever the time Out spot is. Some would say that a person shoudlnt have to cancel all plans, but my return comment is that you made the commitment to this doggie for the next 15 years. train it right, all they ask for is rules, love and loyalty. and you will find you get it back 10-fold from your baby maltzu.
Puppy carpet cleaner from the pet store works better to neutralize acids better than grocery store brand. Clean spot very well as any pee left in it will attract doggie to pee there again.
I do NOT recommend those Pee pads, because essentially you are training them to pee inside the house, and then untraining them to pee inside the house, even if you move the pads, why train them to be confused? why not just train them to do what you want the first time?
Keep in mind, it is a habit that they need to learn. keep working with her, and pick up a good book on puppy training. you are asking good questions, but they can all very simply be resolved. No doggie is a bad doggie, but they do require training and attention, no matter how cute they can be.
Also, AKC has tons of great articles. I know you won't qualify for AKC certification (she's a mix) but they have a great site.
My little Axle doggie came home at 8 weeks, was doggy door trained in a week and only made one mistake on the carpet. and honestly, that was probably my fault. but for two weeks, I cancelled everything and spent time with my doggie. Best dog I have ever had. at 11 weeks, I taught him how to play at the park and go down the slide with all the kids. He loves it and they do too!! I even have a little neighbor boy who asks if the dog can come out to play. ha ha , so cute!!