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Canine Flu Alert by Dr. Caitlin Bentley

You may have heard about recent cases of Canine Influenza Virus (CIV), H3N2, or “dog flu.” Here are a few facts to keep you and your pets safe: Signs of CIV include coughing, nasal discharge, fever, and lethargy. Most dogs recover in a few weeks time. CIV is very contagious, and dogs that don’t seem…

A Road Trip of Love to Delaware

Sharing the Love (Part 1)   This month we are sharing a great success story about how one committed and very energetic person, Laura Prechel, is saving the lives of so many TN shelter dogs.  Read her story below and lend financial assistance, if you can, by visiting her Go Fund Me page:  www.gofundme.com/save-a-shelter-dog.  And please share Laura’s…

Tips for Tails: Avoiding Frosty Paws

Tips for Keeping Your Furry Friends Comfortable During the Winter By Dr. Bentley Hi there! I’m Dr. Caitlin Bentley, one of the newest board members of Tails of the Trail. From time to time, I’ll be popping in here to offer some vet tips, insight into how animal shelters work, and other tidbits to make your life…

Megan and Arnold: A Match from the Start

Megan’s Story: I just moved to Nashville from New Jersey and wanted to find ways to meet new people and continue hobbies, as I like being outside and I volunteered for an animal rescue group in NJ. Before I left, a friend tagged me in an article about Tails of the Trail. I quickly looked…

Sammy’s Story

“I worry you’re going to come home with a dog,” my wife told me in the days leading up to the July 23, 2016, Tails of the Trail event at the Maury County Animal Shelter in Columbia, my first time to volunteer for Tails. I did not bring a dog home that day, but I…

Celebrating Tracy! by David Battle

  My name is David and I love DOGS!   I’ve been a team member of Tails of the Trail for over a year and am also a regular volunteer at Metro Animal Care and Control.   I found my black Lab mix, Tracy, on Craigslist after many failed attempts to find the right dog.  She is…

A Special Thank You to our Friends at Spring Station Middle School!!

A Special thank you to our friends at Spring Station Middle School for drawing all the fantastic pictures on 100 doggy treat bags.  These treat bags will be handed out at this year’s Barktoberfest!! Thanks to Mrs. Dugan for allowing her students to help Tails of the Trail. You all did a fabulous job!!  …

Tails of the Trail® and Belmont University Partner Up to SERVE

WELCOME to Belmont University’s Class of 2020! And what better way to make the students feel right at home in Nashville than to partner up with Tails of the Trail for a three (3) hour SERVE project. Thanks to Metro Animal Care & Control, we were able to offer a service project for 21 Freshman and their…

Regina makes it 50!

With Chelsea’s adoption of Regina today, that makes it an even 50 adoptions/fosters precipitated by Tails of the Trail! Chelsea volunteered with fellow employees from naviHealth to walk shelter dogs at Metro Nashville Animal Care & Control. naviHealth employees receive paid time off to give back to the community.

Giving back: Brookdale seniors create “pawsitive” dog treats for Nashville music event in partnership with Tails of the Trail®

In partnership with residents from Brookdale Green Hills Cumberland assisted living community, a delicious way to give back to the Nashville community was produced. The residents of the Brookdale Green Hills Cumberland reveled in getting hands deep in dough and ribbons to share the love of dogs within the Nashville community. The ambitious efforts scheduled…

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Upcoming Events

Tails of the Trail is excited to partner with the historic Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage for our 2nd annual dog celebration scheduled for April 14, 2018.