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Nobivac Myxo-RHD Vaccine for Rabbits

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  • Box of 5 Doses £86.99
  • Single Dose £17.50

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Description

Nobivac Myxo-RHD provides protection against Myxomatosis and also Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease. A single injection is adequate, but must be repeated every 12 months. Myxomatosis is transmitted between rabbits by biting insects which may travel a long distance, so it is possible for domestic rabbits to pick up the disease from wild rabbits even when there is no apparent contact between them. The virus which causes RHD can be transmitted on clothing, footwear, feeding utensils etc so rabbit handlers must be aware that accidental transmission to non-vaccinated rabbits is possible. Both diseases are regarded as common in wild rabbits in the UK. Nobivac Myxo-RHD is injected under the skin any time from 5 weeks of age, with immunity being regarded as effective after 3 weeks.

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Summary of Reviews for Nobivac Myxo-RHD Vaccine for Rabbits

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55 worth the money
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By on 8 February 2015

this is well worth the money :)

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Nobivac Myxo-RHD Vaccine for Rabbits, including answers from our team.

8 July 2018 at 10:07pm

Rabies

Adele Gandy

Does this product protect my rabbit from rabies?
Just had his injection and he is going to live in France in a few weeks.

  • VioVet Staff

Hi Adele,

Nobivac Myxo-RHD provides protection against Myxomatosis and also Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease only.

Hope this helps.

7 July 2016 at 4:06pm

Syringes

Maureen Taylor

  • VioVet customer since 2016
  • From: Essex, United Kingdom

Does this product come supplied with syringes or do we need to purchase them separately ?

  • VioVet Staff

Syringes and needles are not included, they must be bought separately. Each rabbit is normally vaccinated using a 1ml syringe, but a larger syringe can be used to add the solvent if the multidose size is being used. Needles I would recommend are often 23g x 5/8", which are available on the website.

2 June 2016 at 3:22pm

New vaccine for RVHD-2 strain

Fiona Wase

  • VioVet customer since 2016
  • From: Powys, United Kingdom

HI will you be getting the new vaccine when it comes into the UK later this month please?

Also is the current myxo-VHD vaccine available in the 50 dose bottle at all?

  • VioVet Staff

We buy our veterinary drugs through the standard veterinary wholesalers. We expect to be able to supply this new vaccine as soon as it is released to the wholesalers. The 50 dose pack is not listed by our wholesalers so we cannot supply it unfortunately.

20 February 2014 at 8:45pm

Getting perscription

Nicole

Hi my question is how do you get the vet to give you a perscription for this ive had rabbits for 14yrs now and have done antibiotic injections for the rabbits but the vets seem very aprensive about giving a perscription for this i have 40 rabbits so is more cost effective to buy from here

  • VioVet Staff

This is down to the discretion of your own vet. Your vet should legally provide a prescription on request if he/she feels that the medication is appropriate and you are competent to give it safely and effectively. If your vet has any doubts about those things, then your vet should not give you a prescription. Vets are in fact often influenced by the commercial aspects of handing out prescriptions - they make a lot of money from administering vaccinations themselves. This should not be part of their decision-making in fact, but they are human. You will need to discuss the whole issue with your vets and see what they say.

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