在 "大狗藝術之路 "的標題下，它們將形成一條免費的步行路線，穿過該鎮的公園和知名地標。
全球藝術製作人Wild in Art曾在伍斯特和劍橋舉辦過狗道活動，它與Julia's House合作建立了狗道。
More than 30 of the sculptures - known as Swindogs - will be placed throughout Swindon, to be enjoyed by locals and visitors from mid July onwards.
Under the title pf the Big Dog Art Trail, they will form a free walking route through the town's parks and past well-known landmarks.
Each of the two-metre high (6.5ft) dogs will be painted by a different artists.
Organisers hope the dog trail will help locals rediscover some of the town's historic parks and streets, and also bring in thousands of visitors.
Global art producer Wild in Art, which has previously hosted trails in Worcester and Cambridge, is partnering with Julia's House to set up the trail.
Julia's House CEO Martin Edwards said: "We're so excited to bring this bold and unique event to Swindon in 2023.
"We're delighted to be supporting the thriving art scene in the town and encouraging families to explore their local area."
"I have no doubt that the balloon dog will capture the imaginations of residents and visitors alike."
Schools, nurseries and community groups will also be invited to get involved in the project in autumn this year and create designs for their own mini Swindog puppy sculptures, which will form part of the main family-friendly art trail.
Businesses in Swindon are being invited to sponsor their own Swindog to help with fundraising.
The trail will conclude with a grand event in early September before the sculptures are each auctioned off.
Hannah Dosanjh is one of the artists who will be painting a Swindog with their own design
Local artist Hannah Dosanjh is one of the people who will be creating their own special sculpture.
"The last two years have made me more convinced than ever of the positive effect on our mental health just by spending time in green open spaces."