Nashville K-9 Training Talk of the Town

Ali Hemyari gave us a tour of his new state-of-the-art dog training facility. Nashville K-9 is located at 1415 Liberty Pike, Franklin, TN. For more information go to or call (615) 283-7100.  

Nashville K-9: Training is a Journey, Not a Destination™

duPont REGISTRY is excited to be working in concert with Nashville K-9 at their new high-end dog training facility in middle Tennessee. This facility is a state of the art 15,000 square foot, one of a kind canine training center. It offers a mini-town feel, a complete mock home, indoor training areas, indoor elimination area,…

Nashville K-9 opens unique dog training facility in Franklin

Nashville K-9 Dog Training held a ribbon cutting at its Franklin location in the heart of the McKay’s Mill neighborhood Thursday in partnership with Williamson, Inc. Local elected officials and local law enforcement officials were among those in attendance to tour the brand new training facility that will assist owners in helping their dogs become…

Nashville K-9 hosts ribbon cutting for new Franklin training facility

Nashville K-9 celebrated its new $9 million training facility in Franklin with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday morning, which was attended by members of the community as well as local government and law enforcement officials. The 15,000-square-foot facility includes two indoor training fields, a mock home that includes a living room, dining room and…

Nashville K-9 Opens New Facility in Franklin

Nashville Canine, LLC launches a brand new, state-of-the-art $9 million facility in the Cool Springs area of Franklin. Nashville K-9 will open at 1415 Liberty Pike, a grand opening event will be held on October 15 with a ribbon-cutting beginning at 9 am. The 15,000 square foot facility boasts two large indoor dog training fields,…

FBI investigating White County arrest after woman bit by police dog multiple times

The FBI is investigating a White County arrest where a woman was bit by a police dog many times before she was taken into custody. Federal agents will help decide whether the deputy handling the dog acted appropriately.