301 North Fawn Ridge, Leander, TX 78641
Call or text us at: 512-515-5494
Boarding Dogs and Cats Since 1993
Shertom Boarding Kennels
Looking for a job with our kennel? Fill out our Employment Application and email back to us and we can set up an appointment for an interview.
Click here to download the employment application form.
Effective immediately, a 3% Credit card processing fee will be charged when using credit or debit cards when paying your invoice at our kennel. Other payment options are checks or cash.
After 30 years of being in the dog and cat boarding business, we have elected to take a couple of vacations during the year that will necessitate the closure of the kennel during those times.
The following is the schedule for now.
If you have an emergency and need boarding please feel free to email us or text.
We want to thank everyone for choosing Shertom Kennels for their boarding needs and many of you have been with us since the
beginning. We appreciate your continued loyalty and all the many referrals over the years.
Our kennel is equiped with Simplisafe for 24/7 monitoring of fire and break ins. In addition the owners live on site.
Our Spring/Summer Sunday hours of 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm begin on the Spring time change on Sunday March 12, 2023. These hours will continue until the Fall time change on Nov 5, 2023.
When the Fall time change occurs, we will return to our Fall/Winter Sunday hours of 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
The Kennel will be closed for pick ups and drop offs on the following dates:
Our phone number is now a mobile phone and you
can now text and send pictures or other info.
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.