JDog in the News

The Veterans and Military families at JDog are always up to something in the community. Find out where we’ve been and what we’ve been doing.

Patch: Berwyn's JDog Brands Helping Veterans Into Business For A Decade

A Berwyn couple is looking back on 10 years of helping veterans get into business for themselves, and looking ahead to lower veteran unemployment in the decade ahead.

PHL 17: JDog Junk Removal & Hauling is Looking to Get Rid of Junk for Free

You may have seen Veteran and Military Family Owned and Operated JDog Junk Removal & Hauling on the streets, but soon you will be seeing them on your TV screen. The upcoming reality show is set to broadcast on the Discovery Channel later this year and just in time for Spring Cleaning JDog Junk Removal & Hauling is looking to haul away your junk for free.

Newsday: JDog Junk Removal take a bite out of clutter

The pandemic has forced people to spend a lot of time in their homes, and with that has come a flurry of home renovation and purging. That’s why Dennis Stein of Islip decided to become a franchisee of JDog Junk Removal & Hauling, a commercial and residential junk removal and hauling business.

Tribune Interactive: JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Birmingham: Veteran owned and giving back

Who doesn’t have junk? We all have a little collection problem and sometimes we need a little help in the cleanup department. That is why one veteran and military family-owned junk removal business is standing by to help.

JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Birmingham serves residential and commercial properties, in Birmingham and surrounding areas. The national brand franchises to veterans as a way to help decrease the veteran unemployment rate nationwide. It’s “the Military way – with Respect, Integrity and Trust.”

69 News: Vietnam War veteran presented with renovated home

JDog Junk Removal & Hauling, which is owned and operated by veteran and military families, hauled away everything for free — just another example of how much time and effort people dedicated to helping DeWald.

Veteran On The Move: This Franchise is Creating Job Opportunities for Veterans

Today we’re speaking with Air Force Veteran Dana Forester, President and COO of JDog Carpet Cleaning. Dana speaks about her time in the Air Force and her transition to the civilian world. She talks about how JDog recognized the struggle many Veterans faced when acclimating back to civilian life and how they decided to do something to help the other Military families as this new stage of life begins. That’s when they committed themselves to create entrepreneurship opportunities exclusive for Veterans and their families.

The Spokesman-Review: North Idaho resident launches business during the pandemic to employ military veterans, members

As a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, North Idaho resident John Merwald spent more than a decade serving his country. Now, he’s serving the community through JDog Junk Removal & Hauling North Idaho, a business he launched during the pandemic to employ military veterans, members and their families. The business is part of JDog Brands, a national franchise that provides such services as junk removal, hauling, carpet cleaning and floor care.

OA Online: JDog Brands Celebrates 10 Years of Business Ownership for Veterans

JDog Brands, one of the fastest-growing Veteran brands in America, is celebrating a decade of service to our nation’s Veterans and Military family members.

The Voice: Anchor Bay area Veteran business owner help’s out man’s best friend

Steve Warren is the owner of JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Anchor Bay, part of a national franchise owned by veterans and military family members. On March 7, he donated 20 bales of straw to C.H.A.I.N.E.D. Inc., a nonprofit organization that works to enhance the lives of dogs that are chained 24/7 by providing supplies, services and owner education.

Macomb Daily: Service Circuit: Veteran’s help man’s best friend

Steve Warren is a U.S. Army veteran and owner of JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Anchor Bay. He’s also a dog lover who shows it by helping man’s best friend. One of the groups he supports is C.H.A.I.N.E.D, which works mainly in Southwest Detroit and the downriver suburbs. He and his wife also work with a group called Dog Aid.