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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    I've just checked mine as they were perilously close to the bad batch.
    I think the vet would have given them fresh vaccinations
    Yea I had visions of it being dangerous for some reason not just ineffective haha

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    Are vets aware of the problem? I have Dennis stickers as i took him to my mums local vet for his jabs. However Maple Syrup Sponge Cake and Tipper Tapper Toby had theirs at anton so I don't have any stickers??

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    They should be aware, as product recalls do get sent to all practices ASAP, but I guess if they haven't had time to look at their emails etc they may not see it straight away. I'd ring the vet this morning and check the batch numbers, as they should have those on their system even if you don't have a record.
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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    Are vets aware of the problem? I have Dennis stickers as i took him to my mums local vet for his jabs. However Maple Syrup Sponge Cake and Tipper Tapper Toby had theirs at anton so I don't have any stickers??

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    Oooh something to ask for in future ..

    The stickers once solved a mystery because the vet had written the date of vaccination wrong in our case
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    Quote Originally Posted by MightyMax View Post
    Oooh something to ask for in future ..

    The stickers once solved a mystery because the vet had written the date of vaccination wrong in our case
    No bunny playground activities until I know for sure

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    Checked mine OK x

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    Quote Originally Posted by mini lop1 View Post
    Checked mine OK x

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    The VMD recall notice has been updated overnight, it now says "It should be noted that some vials of batch number 060K80412C1A-UK-1-2 were part of a different consignment and were not affected. These vials have been released on to the UK market.

    Please be assured that all product currently available in the UK market met the quality standards in accordance with the marketing authorisation."

    So I guess even if you do find one of this batch number on your vaccination card, there's a good chance it's in part of the unaffected batch (wonder if that means that only one of the wholesalers has been affected)...worth checking, but still this latest update is a little bit more reassuring!
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    dear Rabbit owners,

    I am the General director of FILAVIE Laboratory.

    The VMD issued on their website on the 12th of July 2018 a recall for FILAVAC K C+V. This recall was issued after FILAVIE informed the VMD about an incident during transportation leading to incorrect storage requirements of a specific shipment of FILAVAC VHD K C+V. This problem being identified BEFORE the affected products were delivered to UK wholesalers. The defective products were sent back to FILAVIE and destroyed.

    The affected shipment contained products from batches 060K80412C1A-UK1-2 and 060K80412A1C-UK1-2. The remaining FILAVAC VHD K C+V in stock at FILAVIE (notably from batch number 060K80412C1A-UK-1-2) that were not part of this shipment, have been delivered normally to UK, without incident.

    All the FILAVAC VHD K C+V vaccines currently available on the UK market, as all those that have been used previously, meet the quality standards in accordance with the marketing authorization, and can be used with confidence.

    We attach great importance to the quality of our products, from production to transportation. We are sincerely sorry for all the inconveniences that may been caused by this incident
    We thank our customers for their trust in FILAVAC VHD K C+V that has helped to save many rabbits lives in the UK and will proudly continue to do so.

    Thomas PAVIE
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    If you want confirmation of this information, please send an email to :

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    Quote Originally Posted by FILAVIE View Post
    dear Rabbit owners,

    I am the General director of FILAVIE Laboratory.

    The VMD issued on their website on the 12th of July 2018 a recall for FILAVAC K C+V. This recall was issued after FILAVIE informed the VMD about an incident during transportation leading to incorrect storage requirements of a specific shipment of FILAVAC VHD K C+V. This problem being identified BEFORE the affected products were delivered to UK wholesalers. The defective products were sent back to FILAVIE and destroyed.

    The affected shipment contained products from batches 060K80412C1A-UK1-2 and 060K80412A1C-UK1-2. The remaining FILAVAC VHD K C+V in stock at FILAVIE (notably from batch number 060K80412C1A-UK-1-2) that were not part of this shipment, have been delivered normally to UK, without incident.

    All the FILAVAC VHD K C+V vaccines currently available on the UK market, as all those that have been used previously, meet the quality standards in accordance with the marketing authorization, and can be used with confidence.

    We attach great importance to the quality of our products, from production to transportation. We are sincerely sorry for all the inconveniences that may been caused by this incident
    We thank our customers for their trust in FILAVAC VHD K C+V that has helped to save many rabbits lives in the UK and will proudly continue to do so.

    Thomas PAVIE
    General Director

    If you want confirmation of this information, please send an email to :

    contact.filavie@filavie.com
    This is very reassuring, and is the information posted on the RHD2 Facebook page yesterday https://www.facebook.com/groups/1744958082388756/

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