Meet our team

Caring, Professional, Unrivalled

At Mitcham Vets our professional team of vets and nurses care passionately about animals and treat every patient as a sentient being. Every member of our team is hand selected for their compassion and ability to go above and beyond for our clients. They have the skills to provide a timely diagnosis and first-class veterinary treatment.


Veterinary Surgeon


Qualifying from the prestigious Pretoria, South Africa in 2016, Tanith joined our experienced Vet Team in 2019.

Initially practising at our UK Vet of the Year winning hospital in Kent, Tanith has broadened her client base and from 2020 can be found in our London Surgeries as well as still spending time every Thursday at our The Manor Vets in Kent.

From Tanith’s exciting time spent post qualifying in South Africa and her experience working at our busy hospital’s in London and Kent, Tanith is a highly proficient general practitioner who enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine, diagnostics, eye surgery and soft tissue surgery.

Being an OV Practitioner means Tanith is readily available to give advice and issue passports/export certificates to pets wanting to travel.

Outside of the surgeries Tanith’s huge passion for small animal companions extends to her adorable rescue puppy Toto (who often tags along with her to work!). Tanith enjoys returning home to South Africa to see family and also travelling the UK visiting cities and taking in our heritage.

Tanith usually works on Monday and Wednesday. Book your appointment to see wonderful Tanith.

Tanith MRCVS:

Veterinary Surgeon


Bridget grew up amongst Border Collies, various stray cats, horses and pigs in Millmerran, Queensland Australia.

Qualifying as a Vet in 2012 Bridget then came to London to practice in 2014 before joining our hospital team in 2016.

Bridget’s passion is Diagnostic Imaging and she is currently working towards becoming a Certificate Holder in this specialised field. She is our resident heart scanning and advanced abdomen scanning vet who sees many cases referred into our hospital for her experienced opinion.

In her spare time she enjoys running, yoga, reading and spending time with her friends. Bridget is also a part of a local group where you can borrow a dog to go jogging with, to keep her company – sounds like fun!


Veterinary Surgeon


Dane qualified from Cambridge University in 2000. Since then he has worked in all aspects of small animal practice across much of the big city, London!

Dane’s interests include soft tissue surgery, orthopaedic surgery and ultrasound. Dane also holds a post-graduate certificate in small animal surgery and spends a considerable part of his time in the operating theatre or carrying out advanced ultrasound on poorly patients requiring that skilful and experienced second opinion.

In his spare time Dane enjoys art (sculpture), swimming and water-polo.


Nursing Team

Veterinary Nurse


Tracey qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 2015 and joined us from a Specialist Referral Clinic in 2016.

Tracey is passionate about animals and not only does she work hard taking care of pets she also volunteered for 10 years at the London Wildcare Trust (now known as Riverside Animal Centre)! She still hand rears injured and orphaned wildlife until they are well enough to be released.

Tracey’s favourite animal is a squirrel!


Customer Service Team

Practice Manager


We were delighted to welcome Jen to the team in October 2018. Jen joins us with a background of veterinary and management experience, previously responsible for the smooth running of two London surgeries.

Before entering the veterinary world, Jen was an integral part of the management team for two wildlife parks in Kent working for their overseas charity projects as well as the parks.

Having previously worked in hospitality for several years, Jen has plenty of customer service experience and is passionate about delivering a stellar experience for pets and owners alike!

Jen is a massive animal lover and enjoys taking excellent care of her eleven year old Labrador Murphy – he may be a little spoilt!