Hi. I know prescription/veterinary medical therapeutic diets are never “ranked” here (i.e. given stars), but I was wondering why there isn’t a page for Rayne Clinical Nutrition on DFA.
I’d like to learn more about the company and see what experiences others may have had with it.
I have seen it mentioned on DFA in passing, but I otherwise never hear about this company and do not know much about the company and its formulas. I don’t think I’ve ever heard a vet reference it. Is it new or foreign or something? But it focuses on veterinary prescription diets?
I never heard of it. Are you looking for a RX diet? Purina has a Rx diet as well. I heard good things about it.
Hi joanne. No, I was just generally curious seeing the mention on this site of a vet prescription therapeutic diets line that I had not heard of.
I called, and they told me that they originated outside the U.S. and have only been in the U.S. for about 2 yrs, primarily on the east coast.
They appear to sell some exotic protein allergy diets (among other therapeutic diet needs) with significantly higher protein and fat than typical rx allergy novel or hydrolyzed protein diets that I’ve seen. Should all other things be equal w/the company & its formulas, that interestingly might provide a good option for dogs that from life stage/other reason have nutritional requirements exceeding lower maintenance minimums.
They include legumes/GF among formulas, which for now might still warrant extra caution and veterinary consideration, until we have further research and knowledge.
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