Christy, How old is your daughter? Loss of a beloved pet is so hard on the whole family. I have waited a couple years between and then 3 days once before getting another. You just have to do whatever feels right. I have always felt eventually getting another is a tribute to the ones we have lost. Corgi hugs for all of you. Mater looks like he was special!
Oh Christy, I just saw your post about your Mater! I am so sorry for your loss, I know it is devastating to lose him so young and suddenly! Please consider posting in either Corgis Remembered or Rainbow Bridge Corgis (both groups on this site) all of us in those groups have been through loss and are more than willing to offer encouragement or hear stories ..anything that helps. Again so sorry!
Christy - living in Maryland now. You have a very cute little baby. I noticed the cute little tail and then saw you live in WF. My grand dad lived there yrs ago, owned an appliance store and had a farm. I was in Benton a couple of yrs ago (dad died) and have not been back. How'd you wind up in WF?
Hard to say if he'll be aggressive. I'd recommend obedience classes before you go just so he knows who's in charge. Then be prepared for how corgis play! They "fake bite" and make these weird little squealy noises. They also like to "wrestle" where they get on their hind legs and "hug", like sumo wrestlers. It looks like a fight but tails (or nubs) are wagging the whole time. You'll know if it is a real fight if the noises become snarls. Many non-corgi people freak out, thinking its a fight going on.