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?


New Rules for Pets on the beach!

2020 Annual Meeting to Feature Ric Sommons, Dolittle’s Owner

Illustrated Rules.pdf



Rules take effect 10/24/19

SEADOGS, the Seabrook Island advocacy group for owners and their dogs, will hold its annual meeting Feb. 4, at 6 p.m. in the Live Oak Hall at the Lake House.

The officers will provide an annual review of 2019 for the SEADOGS organization, then we will be honored to have special guest Ric Sommons, the owner of Dolittle’s Premium Pet Provisions. Ric will share his thoughts on pet food and the current state of the pet food market. He has simple advice on how a few minor changes to your dog’s diet can improve the dog’s health and welfare. Dolittle’s has been a part of the Charleston community since 1994. Ric has years of experience reviewing, researching and selling quality pet food. We are excited to hear his views on this important and timely issue.

All Seabrook Island residents are invited to attend the meeting. We are always looking for new members, so please join us to hear about the good work SEADOGS does for the Seabrook Island community. As usual, SEADOGS will be collecting donations for a charitable organization in the community. This year, we will be helping Meals on Wheels with the purchase of pet food that is distributed to pet owners in need. If you would like to make a donation, you will be able to do so at the meeting.

The meeting is held during dinnertime, so we will have a potluck meal. If you can, please bring either an appetizer, main dish or dessert. SEADOGS will provide the drinks.

For more information on the event or about the SEADOGS, contact Mitch Pulwer at