Veterinary Eye Center, PLLC

3908A Far West Blvd
Austin, TX 78731


Veterinary Eye Center is continuing to operate during pandemic for new patients with urgent and complex eye problems by referral only, and for established patients with ongoing care needs.  Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have modified our business hours.

We are a locally owned and operated business in Austin, Texas that was founded in 2006.  Dr. Audrey Yu-Speight is a board-certified Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists and she h
as over 20 years of experience providing specialized animal eye care for all species except humans.

We're evolving our procedures with a new Client Portal and Online Pharmacy for Home Delivery, and electronic form submissions.  Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we using Telemedicine to communicate with clients at each appointment at the hospital and remotely.  We are also using new electronic invoicing for payment security. 

Please visit our COVID-19 page for updates on COVID-19 including our pandemic hospital procedu
res and information about the impact on animals.  To reduce exposure during this period of active COVID-19 community spread, new patients are only being seen by referral from another veterinarian who has examined the patient for the eye problem


We work closely with our clients, their pets and their referring veterinarians to manage their ocular problems.  We believe that communication and education are essential to our goals.  Our goals are to:


1)  Preserve vision
2)  Provide comfort
3)  Improve quality of life


In 2016, Dr. Audrey Yu-Speight was awarded the Texas Academy of Veterinary Practice (TAVP) "Clinical Referral and Consultation Award".  TAVP is the continuing education-focused sister organization of the Texas Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA), and the Clinical Referral and Consultation Award is given each year to a respected member of the veterinary referral community.  She is deeply honored to be the first veterinary ophthalmologist to win the award in over 30 years since 1984:  Press Release


Our group offers full-time services, and we are open four business days per week for phone calls, appointment scheduling and medication refillsOur mission is to provide the highest quality of veterinary eye care with state-of-the-art technology and services for a variety of animal species.  We value teamwork and trust with our clients, and we always work diligently to provide exceptional and appropriate care for all of our patients.


Every year, Veterinary Eye Center donates thousands of dollars worth of free eye exams for working service animals as a part of the ACVO National Service Animal Eye Exam Event in the month of May.  KXAN covered our community outreach work for the Austin Police Mounted Patrol on the 10pm news on June 8, 2015 and on their website.  The Service Animal Eye Exam Event has been suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic and is expected to resume in 2022.