Department: Clinical Sciences and Services

Campus: Camden

Vicki is an Exotics Clinician at the Royal Veterinary College in Camden

Vicki qualified from Liverpool Vet School in 2005 and has since worked in first opinion and referral exotics practices in the UK and overseas. She obtained the RCVS Diploma in Zoological Medicine in 2014 and became an RCVS Recognised Specialist in Zoo and Wildlife Medicine in 2016.

Vicki joined the RVC Exotics team in 2016 as a part time Exotics clinican at the Beaumont Sainbury Animal Hospital in Camden. Vicki spends the rest of her time based in Nantwich, Cheshire, working with exotic pet and wildlife species.

  • Baldrey, V. and Ashpole I. (2012) Interpretation of Exotic animal blood profiles. Part One: Obtaining a sample. The Veterinary Times 42.39
  • Baldrey, V. and Ashpole I. (2012) Interpretation of Exotic animal blood profiles. Part Two: Avians. The Veterinary Times 42.42
  • Baldrey, V. and Ashpole I. (2012) Interpretation of Exotic animal blood profiles. Part Three: Reptiles. The Veterinary Times 42.45
  • Baldrey, V. and Ashpole I. (2012) Interpretation of Exotic animal blood profiles. Part Four: Small mammals. The Veterinary times. 42.49
  • Baldrey, V., Verghese, R., Wernery, U., and Bailey, T. (2012) Acute phase proteins in three healthy antelope species. The Veterinary Record Volume 170. No. 2
  • Baldrey, V., Bailey, T., Gough, S., Hyland, K., Robinson, D. and Baverstock, W. (2012) Intestinal shell impactions in rehabilitated Hawksbill turtles (Etremochelys Imbricata) in the UAE. Wildlife Middle East News Vol 6 Issue 2&3

Vicki is involved in teaching in the clinical environment for undergraduate students at the Beaumont Sainsbury Animal Hospital. She has lectured at continuing professional development meetings and conferences across the UK in the field of exotic pet medicine.

Vicki's clinical interests include avian medicine and surgery and zoo and wildlife medicine.

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