Dog Training Nashville
Nashville , Tennessee (TN) Nashville provides a professional dog training service in Nashville and surrounding areas. dog training Nashville offers professional obedience training for dogs and puppies in Nashville, Spring Hill, Franklin, Thompson Station, Brentwood, and surrounding Tennessee areas. We offer a variety of dog training Nashville programs for all types of dogs and their owners and work with any age, breed, or temperament. We can help whether you want to brush up your dog’s basic obedience skills or overcome challenging or problematic behaviors. Our professional dog trainers specialize in a range of behaviors and training including running away, jumping up, destructive behavior, nuisance barking, separation anxiety, potty training, leash pulling, aggression, nipping and chewing, and more. Check out our training program options below and get in touch today for a free training evaluation.

Private Lessons

Our Private Lessons program is the best choice for you if you want to be directly involved with your dog’s training. The lessons are carried out one-on-one with a professional trainer who will teach you how to train your dog and provide you with detailed homework to complete with your furry companion before the next lesson. Once the trainer signs you off, you can continue training by attending our Group Classes.

Puppy Training:

If you’ve recently added a new bundle of puppy joy to your family, our Puppy Training program is designed to get you off to the best start with your new pup. During the program, you’ll be provided with all the tools you need to cover basic training with your new puppy and lay a solid foundation for success. We’ll help you avoid all the common mistakes and set your puppy up to become a confident, well-rounded dog in the future. You can apply the financial commitment to our puppy course to a more advanced package in the future.


Our most popular program is the Day and Train program, offering a great deal of flexibility with awesome results for you and your dog. During this program, you’ll drop your dog off at our facility where they will work one-on-one with one of our trainers for six to eight hours while you get on with your day. Once you come to collect your dog, you’ll have a follow-up lesson where the trainer will go through what your dog has learned during the day and some owner coaching to show you how to reinforce the training at home. We can easily tailor this program to suit your unique needs and lifestyle.

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Board & Train

Our Board and Train program is the ideal choice for a busy dog owner who doesn’t have a lot of time to commit to training at home. If you have a busy schedule and struggle to fit in the time to train your dog, this program is perfect for you. You’ll drop your dog off at our facility for the duration of the program, where the hard work of their training transformation is performed by our professional dog trainers. Once you collect your dog, not only will they be better trained than ever before, but we’ll also provide you with all the tools you need to continue the good work at home. You’ll also get our lifetime training benefit included with this package, with individual and group lessons to keep your dog’s skills polished.

Group Classes

Once your dog has passed one of our packages, you can attend our Group Classes for more advanced, hands-on training. Group Classes are fun, social environment where your dog’s skills are really tested, giving you the chance to continue training and work on completely eliminating bad habits for both yourself and your dog.

Lunch and Learn:

If you work in a job that involves interacting with dogs, our Lunch and Learn classes are an ideal option for learning more about the fundamentals of our dog training Nashville system and strategies, with lunch on us.


Nashville is the capital city of the US state of Tennessee. It’s the most populous city in the state and the 23rd most populous city in the US. The city was named for Francis Nash, a Continental Army general. Nashville is a huge center for the music industry and is nicknamed ‘Music City’. It offers 10,200 acres of parks and green land that are ideal for dog walkers including Warner Parks with 12 miles of hiking trails.