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I was out of town and just got back, but I've been in a similar situation so I figured a late reply would be better than no reply.
At this stage there really is nothing you can do that will change the dog's behavior quickly. When I shared a house with another person whose dog was aggressive to me and untrained we eventually agreed that her dog would stay in her bedroom when she was not home - it didn't change the behavior but it did help me out and I no longer had to worry about her dog attempting to bite me. Is this a possibility?
If not, a more sturdy babygate could be an option - I have a great steel gate that is about 36" tall that works well for me, perhaps it would be helpful for you? Four Paws Walk Thru gate
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