Cassie the Blog Dog is a Shorkie with a heart of gold who has been blogging since she was a young pup. She has helped many furry friends along life’s canine way with her sassy, down to earth banter. Follow the Shorkie!
Many of you will know me through my blog Puppy Pandemonium which I started when I was only 6 months old or more recently @ Tessa Barrie’s Lost Blogs where I initially worked as a cub reporter and latterly became one of their top bloggers.
I always wanted to write and at the same time try and help everyone I write about. My Talk to Cassie Blog at Lost Blogs was taking up so much of my time, I decided to branch out on my own.
So please don’t be shy. If I can help you, please write to me here. I am always here to help you, whatever your problem.
I am Shorkie by the way. My Dad is a Yorkshire Terrier and my Mum is a Shih Tzu. People say I am more like my Dad.
I catch up on my Blogs, whilst my family are at school and at work. I always have plenty of company when they are out though.
I have been bought up with a Tortie, a Bengal and a Burmese. So who says cats and dogs don’t get on? Ollie, the Burmese, is my Bestie and he has taught me all I know in terms of relaxation. He loves to sleep. He says he likes to fit in a good 18 hours a day or else he can’t function properly.
I haven’t got time to do much snoozing. I’ve got too much to do.
I started blogging when I was about six months old. I have always had a fantastic sense of smell, so I find it easy to sniff out a story. It didn’t matter whose lap I tried to sit on, there was always an Ipad or laptop there, so there was never any shortage of electronic devices for me to get my paws on.
When I am not writing my blogs, I generally have matters of high security to deal with. People arrive at the house without me knowing, so I let them have it. A few barks from me and they retreat pretty quickly. I don’t bark at my pack when they start coming home in dribs and drabs. On the contrary, I love it when they all come home. I always try to make sure Tessa goes out for a good run for at least half an hour after she gets in. Otherwise she has a tendency to be a bit lazy. I will come when I am called, but not until Tessa has had enough exercise.
More recently I have been helping both my canine and feline friends with their problems. Grizelda the Great Dane, Doodle the Dandy Dinmont and even a fan from Mongolia, Batu, have come to me for advice. I love it all. I love helping them. So if you need help, I would love to help you. For whatever reason, please get in touch with me.
Talk to Cassie at email@example.com