Monday, September 10, 2012

Peanut falls out of bed while Texting !

Peanut from Florida fell out of bed while watching a YouTube video of Kimbra's latest video, a gorgeous song about finding love set in a forest called ' Two Way Street '. What do you have that will mend her bruised body? She is Tiny chihuahua that falls out of bed a few times a day after sending texts to her friends as she gets so distracted she will shiver and sort of have a neck hick cup....not from throat but from right side of neck is there anything to help her.I am worried as she is about to get her Driver's License next year and am afraid this incidents to not forebode well for her passing the test.

Pawhealer response: We LOVE (Like) Kimbra so much we posted her picture here as well (see below or this LINK: Kimbra Facebook) . For the bruises we recommend this LINK: Qi & Blood Dual Vacuity     and Longevity (Joint/Hip Issues) We also recommend at least one day a week DO NOT ALLOW Peanut ANY electronic device access. If she throws a fit and starts falling off couches and throwing things in restaurants call Dr. Drew and consider an intervention !!!

Kimbra finds love in an enchanted forest in her new 'Two Way Street' video. Why can't this happen to us?

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