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I think the use of her crate should be increased until you can get a behaviorist in to help you. This way she can have her own space and not worry about the baby bothering her. Using the crate will helpgive her her own place to be without being bothered and will also protect your baby from being bitten. It is likely that if she has progressed from a warning growl to a nip in such a short amount of time that she may go to a full on bite that could have devastating consequences for everyone in the house.

Using the crate will also help to keep her off of the furniture. When you are not home she should be placed in the crate (or outside) that way she can't go on the furniture whenever she pleases. Keeping her on a leash as Anne suggested will help when you are home.
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