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Veterinary Surgeons 

Kylie Birch BVSc MRCVS

Kylie Birch BVSc MRCVS

After graduating from the University of Melbourne, Kylie worked in semi-rural Australia for several years until the desire to travel set in. She arrived in the UK in 2008 and spent some time combining travel with work while locuming around the country, before settling down to the British way of life. Kylie especially enjoys rehabilitation medicine including performing acupuncture to manage chronic conditions such as arthritis; surgery and also has an interest in animal behaviour.

She has 3 Australian Cattle Dogs, that in her spare time enjoys doing canicross, stockdog training and agility and she also enjoy running, hiking and reading.


Suzie Blunt BVSc MRCVS

Suzie Blunt BVSc MRCVS

Suzie graduated from Bristol Veterinary School in 2015. She started her veterinary career doing both equine and small animal work in Devon, before switching to small animal practice only. After two years, Suzie decided it was time to move back towards her home in South West London and joined us, splitting her time between Ewell and our sister branch, Aspen Vets, in Tolworth. She enjoys all aspects of veterinary work but has a particular interest in ultrasound and medicine work ups. Suzie has a rescue dog, Dori, who loves coming to work with her, becoming a key team member - always greeting us with a waggy tail and a big smile! Outside of work, Suzie enjoys spending time with her horse Tabby, keeping fit and catching up with friends and family.


Tracy Evans

Tracy Evans BVSc MRCVS

Tracy has worked at Ewell Vets on and off for the last 10 years but has recently returned on a more regular basis. She qualified from Bristol Veterinary School in 1990 and enjoys staying up to date with all the latest developments in Veterinary Medicine. She has two dogs and enjoy yoga alongside her family life when she's not working. Tracy also volunteers at Wildlife Aid in Leatherhead once a week and paint pet portraits in watercolour.