Your Source For Charleston Dog Culture

LCDM believes that our dogs are our best friends, and that’s why we need a reliable source to turn to for information on all things “dog” in our community. Our mission is to be the number one local resource for dog owners regarding regional dog-centric and dog-welcoming events, health & wellness information, dog training, trends, and local news. We also strive to be a mouthpiece to the public for various lowcountry-based pet non-profits, and we promote pet adoption and other responsible pet care practices.

Founded in Charleston, South Carolina as a print magazine, we have been consulting since 2005 with the area’s pet experts to bring you a complete guide to living your best life with your pet in the lowcountry. We re-launched our website in 2009 as an extension of the print magazine, boasting more of the type of entertaining and engaging content people have come to love from the magazine.  

Lowcountry Dog Offers Diverse Charleston Dog Tips and Facts

That’s why here on lowcountrydog.com you’ll find daily articles written from a local perspective on topics that matter to you, from how to spot a backyard breeder, to the signs of bloat, to how to train your dog to overcome their fear of strangers. Our newest sections include the Sustainable Dog, a guide to living an eco-friendly dog-owning life, and a Eulogy section celebrating our special pets who have passed on. You’ll also find a growing list of bark friendly business partners, and information on Charleston dog parks, beach access rules, and city leash laws.

In addition, if you are searching for a new furry friend Lowcountry Dog provides information each Friday on the area’s adoptable dogs and the rescues, shelters and foster families that save them.  

Lowcountry Dog Magazine is the Charleston dog owner’s go-to-guide! Join our community and get involved by sharing a photo with us. Sniff around daily and see what you find; we’re confident your tail will be waggin.’

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We're currently building this page of bark friendly businesses! If you would like to be listed contact leah@lowcountrydog.com.

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