Absolutely fall in love with Corgis. Hubby and I decided to get our first puppy together 2+ years ago.After a lot of breed research finally hooked on the Corgi due to the 'big dog in a small package' slogan.
Welsh Corgi Breeder?
About My Corgi(s):
Truffle, 3 years Old - Tricolour cheeky and happy girl. Loves nothing more than sit next to Mommy/Daddy and lick her paws til they all turned pinky.
Hachiko is Japan's version of Lassie. Something like that... lol
I didn't buy a crate.. i just got a baby fence from my friend (who has dogs but left perth) and i fenced the Laundry room. one part is for her to sleep, and the other part is newspaper.
The first 2 days was hell ! she pooped and peed everywhere (mistake for letting her roam a bit too freely and not watching her every move.) but after that i kept her in the laundry room more, and let her outside more often.
She's pretty good now (even after just under a week) she poops and pees mainly on the newspaper and she does her business whenever she's outside. =)
Sounds like Truffle just doesnt wish to tolerate his advances and he is bold enough not to give up. Sounds like he is a bit of a dominant fellow to engage in such a way with an adult female. Perhaps Truffle does not get her point across as well as some other dogs do. Sounds like they start off with play, Bailey crosses the line, Truffle tries to admonish him then he retaliates in a serious manner. May well be a personality conflict. It may be that you need to manage the interaction more closely and learn to see when the play turns in to fighting. I think more exercise would help Bailey as well as controlled play time. This would be things such as playing ball and adding some obedience to the play. Teach him to drop the ball at your feet. Make him sit or down prior to throwing the ball again. Give him some sort of command before you do anything for him....such as sit/down/shake or whatever he knows. Teach him so new commands. Earning more control/respect as well as expending the energies may also help you manage his interactions with Truffle. Good luck!
First I would ask if Bailey is yet neutered? At this age he is really spreading his wings and will push the limit for a time. Knowing whether they are playing for fighting would be helpful. From your description it sounds as if it starts out as play and then crosses the line into a battle. When people express an interest to get a companion for their current dog I always explain that most dogs are happy being only dogs and that they should only consider another if THEY want one. With a baby coming soon I suspect you have not really had the time to provide the appropriate exercise nor taken a training class. I think both would be very helpful to you. With a baby on the way I would start very soon. It will be difficult to be a new mom and have to constantly monitor fighting with dogs.