Cricket & Black Magic – Making the Rounds of Social Media

We are delighted to discuss the wedding, life and adventures of Cricket & Black Magic here. Of course, they have their own FaceBook page and YouTube Channel also. We now see they are being picked up by other blogs and are making the rounds of social media “How Dogs Use Social Media.” Cricket & Black Magic appreciate the press, and are delighted to find out more about where to meet other dogs online.

Ariwriter – How Dogs Use Social Media

The Adventures of Cricket & Black Magic on FaceBook

YouTube Channel for Cricket & Black Magic
See “All”, “Uploads”, or “Playlists” for Cricket & Black Magic. There are multiple playlists for Cricket & Black Magic, one for the Salem Dog Wedding, one for their personal lives and adventures, and one for their visits around town in Salem, MA.

Cricket & Black Magic – Salem Dog Wedding DVD!

Great news! The Salem Dog Wedding of Cricket & Black Magic is now on DVD. This is a first rate DVD, videography and DVD design by Jim Merchant of Pirates Lane Video. We think it’s an excellent professional video of our now famous Schipperke wedding.

Maybe you want to have the DVD to review if you are having a dog wedding of your own, or if you are including pets in your own wedding. Do ask us if you have any questions on this – we are quite experienced in working with animals of all kinds, for all kinds of events. Or you might think of this DVD as a fun gift, birthday present or maybe holiday gift for friends or family.

The DVD is available for purchase online in our Salem Design Gift Shop. Cricket & Black Magic – The Salem Dog Wedding

Cricket & Black Magic – Washtub Bathtime

Cricket & Black Magic require frequent baths. Cricket has to be super clean when she goes on Therapy Dog visits, and that’s twice a week. Also, we’re at the ocean beach almost daily, and although the dogs aren’t the best swimmers, they do like getting in the water, especially to chase things or to cool off. That means a bath when they get home so they don’t smell like low tide. Also, they need to get the ocean salt off to keep from licking it from their fur or having it irritate their skin or eyes.

They are pretty tolerant about the baths, but it’s the drying off part they like the most.