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 Friendly Resources". 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".



TUESDAY, APRIL 26th - 6:00 PM

The Lake House - Back Lawn

Featuring Ric Sommons

Owner of Dolittle’s



SEADOGS, the Seabrook Island Dog Owners Group, announced today that their rescheduled Annual Meeting will take place on Tuesday April 26th, 2022, with a rain date of Wednesday, April 27th.  The event will begin at 6:00pm.  Participants are asked to bring their own lawn chairs and are welcome to bring their own picnic dinners and drinks.  Please also leave your furry friends at home, as dogs will not be allowed to attend the meeting.  All Seabrook Island residents are invited to attend the meeting.  Also, we are always looking for new members, so please join us to hear about the good work SEADOGS does for the Seabrook Island community.


On this year’s agenda, the officers will provide an annual review of 2021 for the SEADOGS organization. During the second half of the meeting, we are honored to present a conversation with Ric Sommons, founder and owner of Dolittles’, our neighborhood pet store.  Ric will give a presentation on various kinds of dog foods, a subject he is very passionate about.


Also as a reminder, it is red knot season here on Seabrook Island, so if you are on the beach with your dog, please stay far away from the flocks of birds and give them plenty of space.  Please leash your dogs and walk around the birds - even if they happen to be in the off-leash area (apparently the birds don’t read and will feed anywhere there is food).  Also, do not let your dogs chase the birds as they are trying to fatten up for their long migration.


For more information on the event or about SEADOGS, please visit our website, or contact us at

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