Frequently Asked Questions

Our most frequently asked questions about Corgis

Visit our Steps to Getting a Harman Corgi page where we step you through the process.


Most of our puppies are sold as pets and the price of our Corgi puppies depends upon level of registration, breed registry, parents and color. Visit our Pricing page for more information. 

Limited Registration is intended for dogs that will be pets only and NOT bred therefore you can not register offspring and they can not be shown in AKC breed-specific or sanctioned shows.  You will be required to sign a spay/neuter contract and show documentation that the puppy has been spayed or neutered.

Full Registration is intended for dogs that will be bred or shown in AKC breed-specific or sanctioned shows and or bred. 

Most of our puppies are sold as pets with limited registration on a must spay or neuter contract and at this time full registration is available on a case by case basis.  Please contact us for details.

We are located in the north-eastern Texas panhandle near the town of Perryton Texas. 

Yes.  Besides picking up directly from us, we offer several delivery options.  Buyers are responsible for all transportation costs and we will be happy to quote transportation costs for you.

Ground Transportation – we offer ground transportation for puppies within Texas and neighboring states 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 but we are willing to…

Flight Nanny Service – We do offer flight nanny services to fly your puppy to an airport near you and will be happy to get you a quote.  Your puppy will fly in the cabin of the airplane. 
Meet at the Airport
– We will be happy to meet you at an airport near us (Amarillo, Texas or Oklahoma City for an additional fee) where you can pick up your puppy and fly home with them in the cabin of the airplane. 

We will meet you at Amarillo’s Rick Husband airport where you can pick up your puppy and fly home with them in the cabin of the airplane.

You will be responsible for making flight arrangements and paying extra fees to travel with your puppy as well as bringing an airline-approved pet travel bag that will fit under the seat of the plane. 

If you would rather fly into Oklahoma City we can also meet you there for an additional fee.  Please check with us before booking flights to make sure that we will be able to meet you on a specific day and time. Remember that we are 2 hours away from Amarillo and 3 hours and 45 minutes away from Oklahoma City so we must make plans in advance. 

We have a flight nanny to fly your puppy to an airport near you where you.  Your puppy will fly in the cabin of the airplane. 

If you choose this option we will put you in contact with our flight nanny to work out all the details.  Flight nanny fees include the cost of the airline tickets (both ways), pet travel fees and a convenience fee.  These fees must be paid in advance to booking the flight. 

This may be your best option if you are not in Texas.  We will be glad to provide you with a quote.

Yes. You are welcome to pick up your puppy in person.  We will meet you at an agreed-upon location to pick up your puppy.  Due to the fact that Parvo can easily be transmitted unknowingly on clothing and shoes, we do not allow visitors.  This policy helps to ensure that your puppy will be as healthy as possible.

Corgi puppy playing outside
Tri corgi puppy

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 are also welcome to  call our veterinarian’s office, Hansford Vet Clinic at 806-659-2100.  Our account is under Leslie Harman.

With popular breeds like Corgis, there will always be unscrupulous people looking to make a buck.  The incidence of puppy scams are on the rise so we suggest that you read the our page about Puppy Scams and always check out breeders.  Learn more about signs of a Puppy Scam.

Dogs require a commitment on the part of their owners both time wise and financially.  We want our dogs to go to new owners who are committed to their pets. 

We find that people who are committed to getting a puppy from us are willing to wait for the right puppy and have no problem putting down a waiting list deposit.  This helps “weed” out people who are on multiple breeders waiting lists and are looking for the first puppy that comes along. 

Knowing what people on the waiting list are looking for also helps us make future breeding decisions.

We take all payments through secure credit processing services using either Intuit Quickbooks or Good Dog. For more on payment options, visit our payment option page.

Yes.  We have had people do this before. You can make payments when you like and build up credit towards the purchase price of a future puppy. An updated credit receipt will be emailed to you each time a payment is made. If you end up not picking a puppy your payments are 100% refundable minus the processing fee on your deposit. 

Yes.  Texas requires that sales tax be collected when a puppy or dog is sold.  We have obtained a sales tax permit and will collect sales tax at 6.25% to buyers who are within Texas or pick up puppies in Texas.  Read more about these laws on our Texas sales tax on Dogs page.

Yes.  Your puppy will not be able to leave until we have received your full payment unless you are picking up your puppy in person.  Full payment is normally due at least one week prior to the puppy leaving our care.  This gives your payment time to be processed  before the puppy leaves out care.

We have a strong vaccination, deworming and parasite control program in place.  We also follow rigorous biosecurity measures to reduce disease transmission.  Our veterinarian comes to the farm and performs routine health checks and administer vaccinations instead of transporting our dogs to a possibly infected vet site. 

In an effort to prevent accidental exposure to a disease, we no longer allow visitors.  

Yes.  All of our dogs are tested for genetic inherited diseases in Pembroke Welsh Corgis and over 200 other genetic diseases through Embark breeder testing. These include DM, vWD1, EIC, PRA-rcd3, X-SCID and MDR.  

All of our matings are planned based upon these results to ensure that puppies do not develop any of these diseases. Whenever potential parents are old enough they are also tested for hips and elbows through OFA.

Yes, puppies are up to date on age appropriate vaccinations and have been dewormed on a regular schedule.  Read more about our vaccination and deworming program.


Yes. All puppies are microchipped through AKC Reunite. We pay for the microchip and have it implanted.  We require new owners to enroll their puppy with AKC Reunite before the puppy leaves. This ensures that owners will be contacted if the puppy ever becomes lost. 


Yes.  Contracts are required to protect both the buyer and the seller. We have gone to great lengths to have contracts drawn up by an attorney specializing is dog law in the state of Texas.  Terms in each contract may vary.  

View a sample of our limited registration contract here.

View a sample of our full registration contract here.

Yes, unless you are purchasing a puppy with full registration.  With all limited registration puppies, 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 by 9 months of age.

Red and white Corgi
Bluie Corgi Puppy

We allow puppies to leave when they are 9-10 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.

We do not.  Puppies are either born with a natural bobtail or tails are docked to the breed standard shortly after birth.  Since we do not allow anyone to pick their puppy before puppies are vet checked, leaving a tail intact is not possible. 

Yes.  Coat colors in the Pembroke Welsh Corgis often change significantly from puppyhood to adulthood.  To be honest, sometimes it is very hard to tell what color a puppy will end up as an adult but of course we do our best to make these predictions. 

See examples of coat color changes from puppyhood to adulthood on our Coat color & color change page

Our puppies are all fed Purina ProPlan Puppy (under 1 year) – Chicken and Rice recipe. 

Our Next level Puppy Program does utilize Puppy Culture protocols along with other top recognized dog training and socializing programs.  We realize that the experiences that a puppy has during its first 16 weeks of life will shape its’ future and impact how it will act as an adult.  

Visit our Next Level Puppy Program page to learn more about our program and Puppy Culture. 

Yes, from time to time we do offer adults for sale that we are retiring from our program. 

Sometimes we also keep more female puppies than we need and may also have a young adult that we will also part with.  These dogs are normally crate and leash trained, know basic commands and are house trained therefore they may be more expensive since they have already gone through the puppy stage and we have done the work for you.

Contact us if you are interested in this option or check our Available Dogs & Puppies page.

Contact us immediately!  We will help you find a home or take the puppy back. Even if you rehome the dog yourself we must be notified.

Under NO circumstances should the puppy be given up to a shelter or rescue organization.

Your puppy will not be fully housebroken however it will be well on its way.  Our puppies are trained to use a litter box, pee pads or grass. 

We 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 good manners such as not jumping on people and sitting when being fed.  They will be started in clicker or marker training and have an introduction to basic leash work as well.  

Clicker or marker training is used in positive reinforcement training.  The “Click” or a marker word like “Yes” signals your dog at the exact moment that he does what you want and equally important, the dog then receives a small treat.

All of our puppies are started on clicker or marker training and you should easily be able to continue with this training.  Most trainers and training programs like Baxter & Bella’s online dog school use this method of training as well. 

Learn more about how clicker or marker training works.

Our Next level Puppy Program does utilize Puppy Culture protocols along with other top recognized dog training and socializing programs.  We realize that the experiences that a puppy has during its first 16 weeks of life will shape its’ future and impact how it will act as an adult.  

Visit our Next Level Puppy Program page to learn more about our program and Puppy Culture. 

We do not allow visitors due to the fact that someone could unknowingly transmit diseases such as Parvo to our puppies.  We are happy to set up a video conference with you so that you can see our females and males. 

Bluie Corgi Puppy

Still have questions about Corgis?

If you still have questions about Corgis and our program please contact us and we will be glad to visit with you.