KVO Services

KVO provides complete eye care for your feline, canine, and equine companions.

KVO isn’t just about animal eye care – it’s about YOUR animal’s eye care.

Dr. Susan Keil

Dr. Keil moved into her renovated Lenexa clinic in December of 2013. The clinic address is 11519 W 83rd Terrace, Lenexa, KS 66214. The phone number is 913.599.6656 and the fax number is 913.599.6655. For more information, please see the scheduling information below.

A sub-specialty passion of Dr. Keil’s is equine ophthalmology. As an avid equestrian, she thoroughly enjoys helping fellow equestrians and their horses. Please contact us if you wish to schedule an appointment. Dr. Keil designed her facility to allow a haul-in option for equine case evaluation. KVO is the only ophthalmology practice in the area offering this service to horse owners.

Please note the initial charge for both small animal and equine evaluations includes the baseline ophthalmic tests of measuring tear production, intraocular pressures, and corneal staining.

For the dog enthusiasts, Dr. Keil also performs genetic screening examinations called CAER (Companion Animal Eye Registry) exams.  These are part of the Orthopedic Foundation of America (OFA), the 50+-year-old national non-profit organization whose mission is “to improve the health and well-being of companion animals through a reduction in the incidence of genetic disease.”.  Equine eye certification may also be performed.

Clinics may be scheduled after hours and on weekends.


All appointments may be scheduled by calling our office at 913.599.6656.

Lenexa Location
Companion animal and equine evaluations are available by appointment:
7:30 am – 5:00 pm Monday – Thursday – Companion animal/equine exams (appointment required)
8:00 am – 12:00 pm Friday – Office open for phone calls, med pick-ups, scheduling, inquiries, questions


Preparing for Your Visit

Any client may schedule a consultation appointment. Referrals from primary care veterinarians are welcome, but not required. (Download our Referral Form.)

Whether you are visiting us for the first time or returning for a recheck, please always bring all of the medications currently being used to treat your pet’s eyes (topical and oral) with you to every appointment.

If possible, have the new client/patient paperwork (4 pages) completed prior to your first visit.

If you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment, you are required to provide notification to KVO 48 clinic hours prior to your appointment.  Notification occurring less than 48 clinic hours prior to an appointment will be considered a no show/no communication situation.  The policy of reserving future appointments with pre-payment will then be required/enforced.