After about an hour I rinsed off in the shower and took my body temp, it was !!!!!!! I could not believe my eyes. I noticed something else unusual, I felt hungry for the first time in years. I ate food, put mineral make-up on and went to my parents house for a planned dinner. My face and lesions felt like they were healing, and the localized pain I felt was gone, I would press on the lesions and they had no pain whatsoever. When I got to my parents, my stomach was grumbling, I loved that feeling, and I had eaten twice before I got there.
I searched day and night for weeks trying to find something that would give him a fighting chance, I looked at traditional medicine, herbal and holistic medicine and even medicinal marijuana oil and then I found K9 Medicinals and K9 Immunity Plus. I tried the product and Kaniq has been on it for a year and a half now and doing very well. Without God’s hand and this product and the fantastic company that makes it Kaniq would not be here and I absolutely 100% believe this. Dorla Salling the company’s president has been so helpful and is truly interested in helping give our pets a fighting chance. I have recommended this product to many of my friends whose pets are in a situation like Kaniq’s and I would recommend to anyone that is viewing this testimonial. I cannot tell you happy I am every day to be able to wake up in the morning and see his happy face and come home after a hard days work and see him wagging his tail and being excited about life and of course me coming home.
In the months preceding the event around 40 Russian athletes received doping bans. The most prominent of these were Darya Pishchalnikova (discus runner-up at the 2012 Summer Olympics ) and Olga Kuzenkova (former Olympic and world champion in the hammer throw). The Russian Athletics Federation president Valentin Balakhnichev defended the bans as proof of the increasing effectiveness of RUSADA (the Russian Anti-Doping Agency) which had been formed three years before.  According to the New York Times, Pishchalnikova was a whistleblower who sent the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) a December 2012 email detailing state-run doping programs in which Russian athletes had to participate; her ban by the Russian Athletics Federation was likely in retaliation.