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Overland Park Veterinary Center was founded 38 years ago to provide your pet with caring and quality medical care.  Your pets health is our number one priority. 

Building Update

Our new lobby is OPEN! 


The drive thru will continue to be available for appointment check-in, prescription and food pick up, and boarding and surgery drop off. 

Thank you all so much for your patience with us as we work to improve our building and your veterinary experience!




We recommend pets receive an annual nose to tail exam.  This, combined with regular bloodwork, provides a baseline of health that allows us to more accurately detect any changes in your pet.



A microchip provides an extra layer of protection in the event you and your pet become separated.  Microchipping is a permanent means of identification that is registered in a national database.  Petlink offers lifetime registration at no cost to the owner.



Our veterinarians will work with you to determine the best course of action based on your pets lifestyle and risk factors.  



From spay and neuters to orthopedic surgeries, your pet will receive the highest quality of care.  In-house laboratory diagnostics make sure your pet can safely undergo anesthesia.  Vital signs are monitored throughout the procedure and your pet will receive the appropriate pain medication.  Your pet will continue to be monitored and made comfortable until they are ready to be discharged.  



We have two professional groomers, Jenny and BJ.  Please call the clinic to schedule an appointment.


Our staff is trained to handle urgent care for your pet during REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS.  

After hours emergencies should be directed to:  

Blue Pearl Specialty & Emergency Pet Hospital

11950 West 110th Street

Overland Park, KS  66210


Mission Veterinary Emergency & Specialty

5914 Johnson Drive

Mission, KS  66202


Overland Park Veterinary Emergency

8301 W 163rd Street

Overland Park, KS  66223




Your pets oral hygiene is important in preventing infection, both orally and to its organs, tooth loss and discomfort.  Routine care can add years of pain-free living.  During the examination, your pets mouth will be assessed for swelling, abscesses, excessive tarter, and odor to determine whether a cleaning and/or extractions are needed.



We offer regular and medical boarding for dogs and cats.  Our staff is trained to give medications and feed special diets if needed.  Canine guests are fed iVet Veterinary Maintenance and feline guests are fed Royal Canin Urinary S/O.  Drop off and pick up times are during normal business hours Monday - Saturday.



8120 Santa Fe Drive

Overland Park, KS  66204

Tel:  913-642-9371

Fax:  913-642-2024

Text: 913-277-9436


7:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Monday - Friday


8:00 AM - NOON


Dog on Blue


Bruce Freeman, DVM

Dr. Freeman is a native Kansan and graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University in 1980.  In that same year he married Lisa.  They have three children; Don, Carolyn and Claire.  Their family continues to grow as the kids marry and have kids of their own.  In addition, Jake the cat who thinks he is a dog, and Stella the labrador, are very important family members.  Dr. Freeman opened Overland Park Veterinary Center in 1985.  Leisure time is filled with golf and BBQ with friends, as well as fun and travel with family.  Dr.  Freeman is a member of Lenexa United Methodist Church and the K-State Alumni Association as well as multiple veterinary associations.

Tawny deKeijzer, DVM

Dr. Tawny is a 2001graduate from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University.  She lives with her beautiful and talented daughter Morena.  Dr. Tawny has two dogs, Zwartje (pronounced Swatcha) who is enjoying her retirement as clinic greeter, and Maisel who is learning agility and showmanship in 4-H alongside Morena.  She has two cats, Pluis who loves belly rubs and Lil Will the stinker who can make anyone laugh.  In her free time, you'll find her doing one of her many hobbies including crafting, backyard chickens and beekeeping.

Tom McKee, DVM

Dr. McKee graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University in 1980.  He is a Diplomat of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in Food Animal Medicine.  He enjoys playing bagpipes and spending time with his wife Kathy, their three kids and his first grandchild.

Peggy Roth, DVM

Dr. Roth is a graduate of University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine.  

Todd Askren, DVM

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