The North Carolina Center for Missing Persons receives more than 10,000 reports of missing persons each year. Many of them are found by law enforcement officers. There are times where additional help is needed locating the missing child/adult. Search and Rescue may be called in for assistance. Most search and rescue agencies are made up of trained search volunteers. Southern Pride Search Dogs is one of them.
Southern Pride Search Dogs has volunteers located across North Carolina. We assist local, state, and federal agencies on searches for lost/missing children and/or adults. We do not charge for our services.
If you would like to help, please feel free to contact us. We are accepting new team members. Please contact us for more information. You can also help by volunteering to play hide-n-seek with our K9s. No experience is necessary. Just love dogs and the outdoors. If volunteering isn’t an option for you, we do accept donations which will help pay for gas/food/lodging/training.
If someone you know is missing, contact local law enforcement immediately. They will make sure the appropriate resources are contacted to help search for them.