Craig R. Reinemeyer, DVM, PhD

Craig R. Reinemeyer, DVM, PhD, is president of East Tennessee Clinical Research, Inc., an independent business in Knoxville, Tenn., that conducts clinical pharmaceutical research for animal health companies.

Articles by Craig Reinemeyer

What is Your Horse's Fecal Egg Count Telling You?

Find out how a fecal egg count test can help you better target the parasites in your horse herd. Read More

Deworming and Boarding

Q: In a boarding situation, does it make sense to test your horse's manure for worms or should they all be tested? A: If the horses at a boarding stable all share common pasture, your worm control program is only as good as the worst one there... Read More

Cross-Species Deworming

Q: We have a stable yard with over 50 horses. The horses are on a quarterly deworming program. In the middle of the summer, we deworm the horses for tapeworms. How do the worm infestations of horses and domestic pets, such as Read More

Autumn Pests

Someone told me cows attract bot flies. Is this true? Read More

Owner-Performed Fecal Exams

In the interest of checking fecal samples for types of worms actually present in individual horses, and since I have the equipment, I'd like to do fecal checks here at home. Can you direct me to a chart or a book containing information and Read More

Fall Deworming

Fall is approaching rapidly and brings with it such predictable events as raking leaves, Thanksgiving dinner, and weekend football. Autumn also heralds changes in parasite activity that are equally predictable. However, just as the environmental Read More