Frequently Asked Questions
We are located in the north-eastern Texas panhandle near the town of Perryton Texas. Click HERE to get a better idea of our location.
Most puppies are sold as pets. The price of our Corgi puppies depends upon Registration, Breed Registry, Parents and Color. Click HERE to get more information on pricing.
Limited Registration is intended for dogs that will be pets. With limited registration, you can not register offspring and they can not be shown in AKC breed specific or sanctioned shows.
Full Registration is intended for dogs that will be bred or shown in AKC breed specific or sanctioned shows.
Most of our puppies are sold as pets. Full registration is available in most cases. Contact us for details.
Yes. Besides picking up directly from us, we offer several shipping options. Buyers are responsible for all transportation costs. We will be happy to quote transportation costs for you.
Ground Transportation – we primarily use a pet transportation service based out of Fort Worth Texas. He has speedily transported puppies across Texas and the nation for us at very reasonable prices. If you are in Texas this may be your best and most cost effective option.
Flight Options – We do not fly puppies in the cargo area of a plane. We are willing to…
Meet at the Airport – we will be happy to meet you at an airport near us (Amarillo, Texas) where you can pick up your puppy and fly home with them in the cabin of the airplane.
Flight Nanny Service – We can fly your puppy to an airport near you and have you meet us there. Your puppy will fly in the cabin of the airplane with us.
Yes. You are welcome to pick up your puppy in person. Since we live in a remote area, we often make arrangements to meet buyers in Amarillo, Texas or other locations along their route within an hours driving distance from us.
Absolutely. Contact us and we will be glad to put you in contact with previous buyers.
You can also call AKC at 919-233-9767 and check us out. Registrations are listed under Leslie Harman.
You can also call our veterinarians office, Hansford Vet Clinic at 806-659-2100. Our acount is under Leslie Harman.
With popular breeds like Corgis, there are always people trying to make a buck and the incidence of puppy scams are on the rise. We suggest that you read the following information about Puppy Scams and always check out breeders. Click HERE to learn more about signs of a Puppy Scam.
Click HERE to visit our “Steps to Getting a Harman Corgi” page where we step you through the process.
Yes. We have had people do this before. You can make payments in any amount at any time that you like to build up credit towards the purchase price of a future puppy. An updated credit sheet will be emailed to you each time a payment is made. If you end up not picking a puppy your payments are 100% refundable less any fees charged by Paypal or a credit card if paid in that manner.
Before this requirement, we had numerous people sign up then purchase another puppy or change their mind about getting a puppy. Most of these people never contacted us to let us know that they were no longer interested so when we had puppies available it took weeks to contact potential buyers due to the excessive number of people on the list. The required $100 deposit to get on the waiting list will be applied towards the purchase of the puppy and lets us know which buyers are genuinely serious about getting a puppy. Learn more about getting on our waiting list by clicking HERE.
For deposits, we take Venmo, Pay Pal, Credit or debit card, Zelle or personal checks. Note that there may be additional fees with using Pay Pal, a credit or debit card to cover merchant fees.
Final payments if picking up in person should be made in cash. If the puppy is being transported we prefer Zelle.
Yes. We must receive full payment on your puppy before it can leave.
Yes. All of our dogs are tested for genetic inherited diseases in Pembroke Welsh Corgis. These include DM, vWD1 and EIC. Matings are planned based upon these results to ensure that puppies do not develop these diseases. OFA testing for hips and elbows are also performed when dogs are of appropriate ages.
Yes. Contracts are required to protect both the buyer and the seller. Terms in each contract may vary, click HERE to view a sample contract.
Yes. Corgi coat color often change from puppyhood to adulthood. To be honest, sometimes it is very hard to tell what color a puppy will end up as an adult. Experienced breeders will have a good idea about what color a puppy will develop into. Click HERE to see examples of coat color changes from puppyhood to adulthood.
We allow puppies to leave when they are 9 weeks old. Puppies often experience a “second fear period” when they are around 8 weeks old and we want to ensure that they are past this phase before they leave our care.
Yes, puppies are up to date on age appropriate vaccinations and have been dewormed on a regular schedule. Click HERE to learn more about our vaccination and deworming program.
Yes. All puppies are microchipped through AKC Reunite. We pay for the chip and implantation and will help you register your dog in the program before he or she leaves. This ensures that you will be contacted if the puppy ever becomes lost.
Our puppies are fed Hills Science Diet Puppy Food – Chicken and Barley recipe.
Puppy Culture is a program for breeders and owners to follow during the first 12 weeks of a puppy’s life. The experiences that a puppy has during its first 12 weeks of life will shape its’ future and often determine how dogs act as adults. Breeders have the ability to change the outcome of the puppy’s life during this time by doing the right things at the right time.
Starting quickly after birth on day 3, each puppy is individually handled and worked with daily until they leave to go to their new homes. Yes, it is time-consuming and requires a lot of extra work but it is critical in creating a puppy which will make a well-adjusted pet that will be able to function with their owners in human society. We know that the end result is worth the extra effort.
Research has shown that dogs raised with the Puppy Culture protocol are smarter and are able to handle stressful situations better.
Yes, it DOES require a great deal of time and a commitment on our part but the rewards are unbelievable. By using this program we give your puppy the best start possible. Click HERE to learn more about the Puppy Culture protocol.
Your puppy will not be fully housebroken but will be well on its way. Our puppies are trained to use a litter box, pee pads or grass.
I can not guarantee that your puppy will be fully crate trained but it will be accustom to sleeping and spending time in a crate. We work with each puppy so they feel comfortable spending time alone in a crate and see the crate as a safe place.
Yes. Our puppies are started with leash training and will be accustom to “manding” or sitting to ask for something instead of jumping.
Clicker training is used in positive reinforcement training. It signals your dog at the exact moment that he does what you want. All of our puppies are started on clicker training and you should be easily able to continue. Learn more about clicker training HERE.
Yes, unless you are purchasing a puppy with full registration. There will be a spay or neuter clause in your contract stating that you must provide proof from your veterinarian that the puppy was spayed or neutered before 9 months of age.
Contact us immediately! We will help you find a home or take the puppy back. Under NO circumstances should the puppy be given up to a shelter.
Yes, from time to time we do offer adults for sale. Contact us if you are interested in this option.