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Nestled on a hillside two miles south of Waynesburg, PA on Rte 19, is a truly exceptional veterinary hospital where animals receive superior treatment when they are sick or injured, and receive a gentle touch when they need routine preventive care.
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Animal Medical Center is a "small animal" veterinary practice administering to dogs, cats and the occasional exotic pet. Founded in 1976 by Dr. Richard Baird, A.M.C is the senior practice in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, located on 119 South, Morgantown Road. A.M.C still welcomes new patients.
Dr. Baird performs most soft tissue surgeries [neuters, spays, tumor and cancer removals, bladder stones, dental, eye, ear and reconstructive plastic surgeries, laceration, etc] and most orthopedic surgeries [broken bones, knee reconstruction, etc] in addition to practicing every day preventive health care for the dog and cat members of the family.
It has been the history of A.M.C to consult and communicate with many board certified individuals and different specialty labs on a regular basis. This enables A.M.C to refer cases that need advanced technology in order to diagnose or treat a particular case and ensures that quality laboratory medicine is consistently practiced at A.M.C.
What has changed in recent years is how emergencies are handled. Many -- but not all -- emergencies are outsourced to several emergency care centers that have sprung up within the last decade.
Dr. Baird has always maintained a special interest in dermatology and over twenty years ago became increasingly focused on the fact that nutrition could play not only a positive role in the health of skin in the usual way, but nutrition could play a new role for dogs and cats with immune system diseases such as allergies, lupus erythematosus and others. And, just about twenty years ago, Dr. Baird along with his nutritional technical consultant, Dr. Ray Heinicke, developed the first KnuBar with the intent of doing a better job treating pets with allergies and other immune system diseases.
From the very beginning, Dr. Baird's patients experienced positive benefits: less steroid use and less trips to the veterinarian's office. With the newest formulation of the KnuBar with a ratio of more Omega 3s than Omega 6s [1.45 Omega 3s:1Omega 6s] more patients are using less steroids than ever before.
About fifteen years ago, Dr. Baird could not help but notice the positive role that the KnuBars were playing in helping older dogs move better, interact with other family members better and just plain behave as one would expect an older animal to behave without the aches and pain associated with old age and degenerative joint diseases. It soon became apparent that as many KnuBars were being requested by clients for pain management as for long term or seasonal dermatitis. Because of the success of the KnuBar in greatly diminishing pain and all the positives that ensued for the patients, Dr. Baird asked Dr. Heinicke to source out the best glucosamine with the best bioavailability that could be found… and the KnuBoost Bar was born.
The KnuBoost Bar started a new chapter in pain management for dogs. Concurrent with the development of the KnuBoost Bar, Nsaids began to become available to veterinarians for use in dogs-only ushering in the newest chapter in pain management for dogs within the mainstream veterinary community. Of course, A.M.C had been pioneering the development of different pain management protocols for over fifteen years, based upon the use of Knubars and KnuBoost Bars. To date, over one thousand canine patients at A.M.C have enjoyed a better quality of life thanks to the bars.
Recently, October 2008, Dr. Baird became aware of a new substance that allegedly was a powerful product that could increase joint flexibility and patient mobility in dogs. Dr. Baird was hired by Biova, the sole producers of BioPlex™ [KnuLease™, one and the same] to do the first clinical trial to prove, or disprove, the efficacy of their E.M.P [eggshell membrane powder] in increasing a dog's joint flexibility and mobility. It was quickly observed by Dr. Baird, even from the start of the clinical trial, that here was a substance that could also significantly relieve pain. And, from this serendipitous beginning began the newest chapter in pain management for dogs, as well as leading to A.M.C's newest achievement, a Pain Management Protocol for cat!