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    Ceva Animal Health has taken on the exclusive distribution of FILAVACâ, the market leading RHDV 1 and 2 (rabbit haemorrhagic disease) vaccine.

    The product of choice for the majority of veterinary practices with over 92% market share1, FILAVAC is fully licensed for use in rabbits within the UK and provides 12 months duration of immunity ensuring it easily fits into annual vaccination and healthcare plans. It can be administered from 10 weeks of age with a seven-day onset of immunity and the 5 x 0.5ml single dose presentation provides vets and rabbit owners with cost-effective and convenient vaccination options.

    “Rabbits are increasingly popular as household pets and should therefore become an important focus for veterinary practices,” comments Nicki Glen, marketing project manager for FILAVAC at Ceva Animal Health. “We are delighted to have taken on the exclusive distribution of FILAVAC to provide veterinary practices with a competitively priced and convenient vaccination for both RHDV 1 and 2.”

    Ceva’s distribution of FILAVAC demonstrates the company’s investment in extending its vaccine range.

    For further information on FILAVAC please contact your local Ceva Animal Health territory manager or call Ceva’s head office on 01494 781510.

    Reference 1 IMAP June 2018

    FILAVAC® VHD K C+V is a concentrate and solvent for suspension for injection for rabbits (50-dose and 200-dose presentations). 0.5 ml dose of vaccine for single-dose presentation or 0.2 ml for the 50-dose presentations. Filavac contains: Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus strain LP.SV.2012 (variant strain 2010, RHDV2), Inactivated min. 1 PD90% and Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus strain IM507.SC.2011 (classical strain RHDV1), Inactivate min. 1 PD90%
    Legal category: UK POM-V Ireland POM. For further information, warnings and contra-indications, please consult the SPCs.
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