13616 N. Hwy 183,            HOURS OF OPERATION 
       Suite C                                    
       Austin, TX 78750                CLOSED PERMANENTLY
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183 Vet Clinic

Where your pets are family.

Whether it’s just a weekend trip or a lengthy stay out of town, you want to make sure your pet receives the same love and attention as they get at home.  At 183 Vet Clinic, our dedicated kennel technician and veterinary staff work with your pet to make sure their stay is stress-free and comfortable.  Our knowledgeable team watches every pet closely so that should a medical issue arise, they get the attention that they need right away.  For your convenience, we can also provide your pet with any of our veterinary or bathing services during their stay.

Our Boarding Facility 


Our feline boarding facility is located in a quiet room, away from where the dogs board.  We offer cats individual playtime in the cat room so that they can have time outside of their condo and stretch their legs.  Bedding, bowls, food & litter are provided, or you can bring items from home.


Our canine boarding facility features 4×5 rooms with elevated cots and cozy bedding.  Dogs from the same family may share a run and can be taken for walks together if you so choose. 

Our boarding dogs are taken on individual leash walks outside several times a day by our kennel technician.  We also often allow individuals to spend some time outside of their runs with us during down-time. 

Boarding Requirements
                                                                                          Cats that board at 183 Vet Clinic must be current on the following vaccinations*:
  • Rabies
 Dogs that board at 183 Vet Clinic must be current on the following vaccinations*:
  • DA2PP (Distemper, Adenovirus type 2, Parainfluenza, Parvo)
  • Rabies
  • Bordetella (Vaccinated within the last 12 months.)
  • Canine Influenza H3N8 & H3N2 -  There are now 5 confirmed cases in Texas, including 1 in Travis County as of 6/12/2017. Due to its highly contagious and severely debilitating (even fatal) nature, we are now requiring vaccination against canine influenza for boarding.
Please read the link below for more information about influenza. https://tvmdl.tamu.edu/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/ED-Canine-Influenza-0617.pdf

*Vaccination titers are an acceptable substitute for their respective vaccinations with the exception of the Rabies vaccination.