Eagle-eyed Swindonians have been out and about tracking down every Swindog in the borough.

The 30 six-feet-tall Swindogs and 42 smaller Swinpups - many of which were created by local groups and artists - are scattered around parks, attractions, schools, community centres, and other key destinations in the borough.

The event, organised by Wild in Art and children's hospice charity Julia's House, aims to attract visitors to the town, promote its businesses, encourage people to explore the area, and raise money to support the charity's work.

Since the trail started last month, the Adver's Camera Club members have put together an impressive collection of snaps showing off the colourful sculptures in all their glory.

Have a look at member Rich James' efforts on the Swindog trail and give it a go yourself by visiting www.bigdogarttrail.co.uk or downloading the app to get started.

The dogs will remain on display in their current locations until September 3, when they will be brought together at the Steam Museum for a final farewell event.

The unique animal artworks will then be sold off to their forever homes at a special auction event to raise money for Julia’s House.