Meet Professional Nashville Dog Trainer 

Beth Sadowski – Owner/Head Trainer

Beth Sadowski is life-long dog lover and owner. She graduated with a bachelor of science degree in Nutrition and spent twenty-five years working in the healthcare and wellness industry. She was active as a volunteer in the American Red Cross, has been active in her church, and provided a foster home to teenagers. Her life has always been dedicated to helping those in need, both at work and home, and now she’s decided to focus on helping people in another capacity–through dog training.

Since childhood, Beth has cared for and provided shelter for rescued cats and dogs. She has fostered animals, helped socialize cats at a local animal shelter, and also volunteered as a dog walker at the same shelter. Her main goal has always been to place pets in their forever homes and keep them there. Dog training plays a significant role in accomplishing this goal.

A well-trained dog means a happy home, and a happy home means less animals causing conflict and ending up in shelters or worse. Beth has worked hard to receive her certifications in canine behavior, spending countless hours studying the history, psychology, and training methods that will help her communicate effectively with rambunctious dogs.

She’s become a member of Canine Trade Group to ensure her education remains up to date for as long as she’s a practicing trainer, and she’s already racked up plenty of hands-on experience, helping dogs overcome everything from hyperactivity to aggressive tendencies. Beth is also certified through the American Kennel Club (AKC) as a CGC Evaluator.

Beth currently lives in her own harmonious home with her husband of 29 years, Mike, their three sons, three rescue dogs, and four rescue cats. She can’t wait to chat with local-area dog owners and help them bring peace and harmony to their homes.