My husband and I just got TWO new CORGI pups. I got Bella when my husband was in Spain and surprised him at the airport. Our children have grown up now, and we decided to add Bella to our lives.…Continue
"It will be best if you get your pups spayed as soon as your vet will do it. This will help keep that hormone level down and hopefully they won't start fighting for that reason. My vet does juvenile spays/neuters so my guys got their sugeries at…"
"REALLY??? Oh Thank you! That is exactly what they are doing right now!! Active play, always one on top, low tones, not really growling, but gutteral sounds, pulling at the mouth and ears, and neck... from both of them... is this normal play???"
"I got Goldy when she was 7 weeks old. Bear was 9 months old. Bear is definitely a calm guy, so when this little wildcat got going, I was in shock. Overall, they do great together. They each have their own crate and often go there to relax. Go ahead…"
"I've never had two puppies at the same time so you are brave!! But John's idea is good about the solo training time it'll help them bond with you instead of each other which is always a issue with pups that close in age. I have a…"
They probably are just playing. IF you are not used to seeing corgis play, you would think they are fighting. They tend to get on their hind legs and wrestle, sumo-style, making all sorts of vicious growly noises. They also like to grab…"
My husband and I just got TWO new CORGI pups. I got Bella when my husband was in Spain and surprised him at the airport. Our children have grown up now, and we decided to add Bella to our lives. She is a five month old female Corgi. We fell so much in love with her, we decided to add one more! Now we have Mia! She is a three month old female Corgi. Both are Pembrokes. Mia has been with us a week now, at times they seem like friends, other times they interact so intently, I cannot…See More
"Thank you; Bella (5 month Corgi Pembroke) and Mia (3 month Corgi Pembroke) seem like they are playing; but I cannot tell for sure! They are so intense at times; so I tell them No, try to calm them, and give them times apart from each other. But I so…"
I am 54 years old; married 25 years; our children are flying the next; we have three children in college, and one about to get married. I think the empty nest was getting to me... so what did I do???? I got a Corgi when my husband was in spain and surprised him at the airport! Fell so much in love with Bella, then I got another female Corgi, her name is Mia.
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I have never owned a Corgi before six weeks ago, and now I have two female Corgis. Bella is five months old; Mia is three months old. They are not from the same Breeder. I though having two girls would be fun... and it is... but I worry about their fighting. How long will it last? Will they hurt each other?
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I know..the off leash thing is nerve wracking at times...which is why I don't do it too often unless I know we are on a wooded trail or something to keep them somewhat contained. My husband worries less about it since they listen to him better. Our little corgi boy Phinneas got hit by a car...so I am way more nervous about the off leash. Mine tend to fight a lot less if they have been out on their walks too. Hang in there it will get better. I think the females are a lot grumpier then the boys...at least out of the 2 boys we have had it sure seems that way. My kids will both be in school full time soon...I have a kindergartner and a 5th grader so I will have the day to spend with the corgis starting this Fall and that seems very different for me!
Cheryl, I think you are right to separate them if one is much bigger than the other. That won't last long. They will mellow some with their spade too. They do well off leash in an area that isn't wide open. Wooded trails work well for us, they do get a little sneaky still so I always have a pocket full of special treats when we go out.
WELCOME!! yes the fighting Ed(9mos) and Gem(1) often get into it. It does make u think they are going to kill each other sometimes!! I step in if it gets high pitched or one continuous growl that goes on and on. Gem is the boss in our family of Corgis so she is the one I tend to have to get settled down although most often it is Ed who does the instigating!
It will be best if you get your pups spayed as soon as your vet will do it. This will help keep that hormone level down and hopefully they won't start fighting for that reason. My vet does juvenile spays/neuters so my guys got their sugeries at about 3 - 4 months of age instead of the traditional 6 months. The SPCA will usually do juvenile spays, check it out. Good luck with your precious babies. Enjoy the ride!
They probably are just playing. IF you are not used to seeing corgis play, you would think they are fighting. They tend to get on their hind legs and wrestle, sumo-style, making all sorts of vicious growly noises. They also like to grab each other around the mouth a lot. If the noises don't get high-pitched or painful, and no blood is drawn, then they are engaging in normal play. It sometimes freaks out non-corgi people at the dog park to see them doing it!