Animal medicines seizure notice: Susan Bello-Pearson, Dezinerbullz Ltd (3)

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This notice is published following the conclusion of an investigation case.

The following products were seized by Defra Investigation Services (DIS) as part of an investigation case and under the execution of a search warrant:

  • 1 box labelled Aureomycin 10mg/g
  • 7 boxes labelled Aniprantel Tabletta
  • 3 tablets in a pack labelled Aniprantel
  • 2 open 10ml vials labelled Busol
  • 6 x 10ml vials labelled Busol
  • 1 box labelled Dexafort
  • 10 Sachets labelled Doxacin 100mg/g
  • 1 empty blister pack labelled Erythromycin
  • 1 box labelled Enroxil 5%
  • 1 empty 1ml vial labelled Eurican Herpes 205
  • 1 opened 1ml vials labelled Eurican Herpes 205
  • 6 x 1ml vials labelled Eurican Herpes 205
  • 10 tablets, 9 in a blister pack and 1 loose, all labelled Flagyl 200mg
  • 2 box labelled Isathal eye drops
  • 12 tablets in a blister pack labelled Metronidazole
  • 14 tablets in 2 blister packs labelled Metronidazole
  • 1 open bottle labelled Marbocyl 10
  • 1 blister labelled Noroclav 250mg tablets for dogs
  • 1 box labelled Nobivac Diluent A.U.V.
  • 3 boxes containing a total of 23 x 1ml vials labelled Nobivac DP Vaccine A.U.V.
  • 1 box containing 8 x 1ml vials labelled Nobivac DP Vaccine A.U.V.
  • 3 boxes containing a total of 28 x 1ml vials labelled Nobivac Diluent A.U.V.
  • 3 boxes labelled Oculsan 5ml
  • 9 boxes labelled Surolan
  • 1 used syringe labelled Sedalin 35mg/ml
  • 2 boxes labelled Sedalin
  • 1 plastic bottle labelled Taktic
  • 1 pack containing 3 vials (1 used)
  • 5 blister packs of 20 tablets
  • 1 pack containing 3 vials (1 used)
  • 1 open bottle for injectable use with a worn label
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These products are non-UK veterinary product. They can only be administered to animals under Schedule 4 (Administration of a veterinary medicinal product outside the terms of a marketing authorisation) of the VMR by vets who have the animals under their care and have obtained a Special Import Certificate (SIC) to obtained the product.

The possession of these products is an offence under Regulation 26 (Possession of an unauthorised veterinary medicinal product) of the VMR. The administration of these products is an offence under Regulation 8 (Administration of the product) of the VMR.

  • 1 box labelled Medicor
  • 1 tube labelled Lubrithal Eye Gel
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On examination the two-product listed above were found not to be veterinary medicinal products. No action was taken against these.

  • 1 open bottle labelled Synulox 100ml
  • 1 open bottle labelled Synulox 40ml

Synulox is a Prescription Only Medicine – Veterinary (POM-V). It is an antibiotic treatment for dogs.

Unauthorised possession and administration of POM-V veterinary medicines are offences under Regulation 7 (Classification, supply and possession of the product) and Regulation 8 (Administration of the product) of the VMR.

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Details regarding the prosecution of this case can be found under the heading Prosecutions published in October 2020

Published 28 October 2020

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