Tails on Trails is a continuing success at the Warrick Humane Society. 

Every Saturday morning from 8-9:30 a.m., the public is invited out to the Warrick Humane Society to walk shelter dogs on the new and improved walking trails that spiral throughout the city. The trails connect Newburgh to other parks and walking trails throughout the Tri-State. It's good exercise for people and pups alike.

Photos by Darla Perigo and Annalea Greer

Side note: each dog is giving to you based on a survey you complete before walking the pup. You can choose small, big, energetic for the runners out there, etc... The dogs are given a bandanna based on their personality. A green bandanna means the dog is socialized and good around other dogs, while the yellow bandanna means the dog might be a little more nervous and need some extra affection and patience.

Photos by Darla Perigo and Annalea Greer

Shelter dogs spend 90% of their day stuck inside a small cage, and Tails on Trails is a great way to get the dogs out for the attention and socialization they so desperately deserve.

Photos by Darla Perigo and Annalea Greer
Photos by Darla Perigo and Annalea Greer
Photos by Darla Perigo and Annalea Greer
Photos by Darla Perigo and Annalea Greer

If you'd like to volunteer at Tails on Trails, follow their Facebook page for weekly updates (and super cute pictures of dogs). Or you can just show up! Be at the Warrick Humane Society at 8 a.m. sharp on whichever Saturday you choose and have your photo ID. That's it!