The Best Dog Training in Nashville

If you’re a frustrated dog owner living in the Nashville, Tennessee area, make Music City Dog Training Nashville your in-home training destination!


Music City Dog Training remains committed to helping your dog and your family with any training needs and issues that arise in these challenging times. We offer comprehensive training packages, either in-person, in compliance with CDC protocols, as well as online and telephone consultations and support. Our staff stands ready to take your call and discuss your training needs.

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Why choose Music City Dog Training?

We are passionate, professional, and—most importantly—educated in canine history, psychology, training theory, and training methods. Our trainer, Beth Sadowski has been certified by the prestigious Canine Trade Group School for dog trainers, she is also a certified CGC Evaluator through the American Kennel Club (AKC).

In short, when you pick us to be your trainer, you aren’t just in good hands—you’re in the best hands.

Unlike its competitors, Music City Dog Training doesn’t train by the hour, but by the job. This means we are committed to you and your pet until all training goals are met, for one flat fee. If it takes a week, a month, or a year to get your dog where he/she needs to be, you can count on us to be available to you.


We also address:

  • Puppy Training
  • Leash Manners
  • Separation Anxiety
  • Excessive Behaviors (jumping, barking, digging, etc)
  • Crate Training
  • Recall
  • Distraction Training

Why Do Siblings Fight?

Why Do Siblings Fight? Almost all dogs play fight. If you have multiple dogs, you’ve probably noticed that it’s what they spend a lot of their time doing, especially if they are younger. If dogs are close, they can play fight for hours on end without it getting...

How To Solve Hyperactivity

 How To Solve Hyperactivity All owners know that dogs need walks, but do you also keep up on your dog’s mental stimulation to combat boredom and hyperactivity? It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking, “they’re a pet – they’ll amuse themselves,” but this isn’t the...

Why Do Working Dogs Need a Job?

Why Do Working Dogs Need a Job? While at a seminar, one of the topics was dog breeds and what they require training wise. A working dog is a dog that is specifically bred to learn and perform tasks. Working dogs are commonly used as guard dogs, police dogs, detection...

Customized, In-home Training for Your Dog

The first step to reaping the benefits of our proven in-home training programs is to call us and schedule an appointment for your in-home consultation. This is our chance to speak with you in person about your training goals, commitment level (because effective training requires a team effort), and observe your dog’s behavior for ourselves. We’ll create a customized training program that takes your dog’s unique temperament and personality into consideration, as well as your lifestyle.

Don’t hesitate to call us if you’re experiencing any level of difficulty from your pooch. Our in-home training is effective for aggressive dogs, anxious dogs, dogs in need of housebreaking, and dogs in need of basic obedience, to name a few.

How to Get Started with Us

We encourage you to browse our website for more detailed information on what we have to offer. You can also call us at 615.610.9080 or contact us by e-mail to speak with one of our knowledgeable training team members.

Office Hours:

Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm EST.

Training Hours:

Weekdays, Weeknights & Weekends by appointment only. 

We accept cash, check or credit cards. 

Beth is certified by Canine Trade Group – School for Professional Dog Trainers.