Shertom Boarding Kennels -- Where dogs have fun!
301 North Fawn Ridge, Leander, TX 78641
Kennel Directions
Call or text us at: 512-515-5494
Collie outside under trees.
Boarding Dogs and Cats Since 1993

Shertom Boarding Kennels
301 N. Fawn Ridge Dr.
Leander, TX 78641
Phone: 512-515-5494
E-mail: shertomkennels@sbcglobal.net

Our phone number is now a mobile phone and you can now text and send pictures or other info.

At Shertom Kennels we're "dog crazy" and "crazy about dogs."

Three labradors swimming in pond.Located on 13 acres just north of Leander, with plenty of big trees, a creek and pond and large grassy fields just made for running you can offer your dog a vacation filled with fun and country serenity.





NEWS

Kennel Safety

Our kennel is equiped with Simplisafe for 24/7 monitoring of fire and break ins. In addition the owners live on site.

Fall/Winter Hours 2021

Our Fall/Winter Sunday hours of 5:00pm to 7:00pm begin on the Fall time change on Sunday Nov 7, 2021. These hours will continue until the Spring time change.

When the Spring time change occurs, we will return to our Spring/Summer Sunday hours of 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

Christmas Hours 2021

The Kennel will be closed for pick ups and drop offs on the following dates:

  • We will be closed at Noon Friday, December 24th, 2021
  • We will be closed on December 25th and 26th, 2021
  • We will reopen 8:30a December 27, 2021

Holiday Hours

The Kennel will be closed for pick ups and drop offs on the following dates:

  • Easter, Memorial Day and Labor Day: closed
  • Thanksgiving Day and Friday after Thanksgiving: closed
  • Christmas Eve, December 24th: we close at Noon
  • Christmas Day, December 25th and December 26th: closed
  • New Year's Eve, December 31st: we close at Noon
  • New Year's Day, January 1: closed

Vaccinations

EFFECTIVELY IMMEDIATELY: Shertom Kennels no longer requires the Bordetella vaccine but is still highly recommended to vaccinate your dog.

NOTE ON BORDETELLA: When getting the Bordetella for your dog, please vaccinate your pet at least 2 weeks or more prior to your dog arriving at the kennel unless your vet uses a killed Bordetella virus. If the killed virus is used, the waiting period would be 5 days or 72 hours to build up titer levels before bringing your dog into the kennel. The live virus can shed out to the other dogs in the kennel and your dog and the kennel dogs can be susceptible to kennel cough.

Please bring or send proof of vaccination.