Welcome! to the Seabrook Island Dog Owners' Group website. We will try and keep you informed about upcoming events and entertain you with pictures from past parades, competitions, fund raisers etc.

A word or two about our name. We informally call ourselves "SEADOGS" and you'll see our name that way on posters and banners. We use the initials S.I.D.O.G. for important things like our checkbook and this website. You can find out more about us in our Mission statement listed in the "About Us" section.

Training organizations are mentioned under the heading Pet Links. There are obedience training opportunities with both group and private instructors, as well as agility training offerings. Obedience and Agility Trials are held throughout the year in Charleston County and other counties in South Carolina as well as many other states. Please give us your suggestions for new links as well as ideas for events and lectures.

Membership information is also available in the "About Us" section.

All of our functions are open to everyone on Seabrook, including "snowbirds".


Oh Where and When On the Beach Can We Walk?


SEADOGS Brought the HEAT to the Backpack Buddies Chili Cook-off!

Annual Meeting Features Fascinating Discussion of Hurricane Animal Rescues  

Illustrated Rules.pdf



A Reminder from the President….Read all about it!

SEADOGS Mascot a Crowd  Pleaser! Woof!

We had a great meeting. Over 80 people attended: or largest crowd ever. We even had to put out more chairs just before the start of the meeting. Our President, Mitch Pulwer, did a great job briefing the attendees on the SEADOGS mission and, of course, the presentation by Hank Greer and the CEO of the Charleston Animal Society, Joe Elmore, had everyone on the edge of their seats. Two of the young people who made the Evacuation Pipeline trips to rescue dogs and cats were also present and were available to circulate with the crowd after the formal presentation ended. The crowd devoured almost all the food and drink and many people stayed to help clean up.~ Jerry Cummin

Photos  courtesy of Gary Bowers