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.

1851 Franchise: Franchise Influencers: Jerry Flanagan, CEO and Founder, JDog Brands

Jerry Flanagan, the founder and CEO of JDog Brands, served four years in the military prior to joining the business world, including two years of active duty in the Army and two years in the National Guard. Flanagan’s primary goal as the CEO of JDog Brands is to lower the veteran unemployment rate to 1%.

The Virginia Gazette: Business Notes: Veterans open new businesses

Navy veteran Cornelius Davis and his wife, Sally, decided when they retired to move to Williamsburg, and ultimately opened JDog Carpet Cleaning & Floor Care last month.

The City Sentinal: VET Tv releases feature-length documentary ‘Interpreters Wanted’ – and enhances podcast offerings with ‘Tactical Treasures’

San Diego, California (Newswire.com) — The story of two Afghan interpreters, the dangers they faced supporting U.S. forces in the war in Afghanistan — and the simultaneous battle they fought to come to America — is the focus of Veteran Entertainment Television’s newest feature-length documentary.

1851 Franchise: JDog Brands Plans Expansion Into Los Angeles, California

JDog Brands, the Veteran-focused franchisor that’s nearing 300 territories, is eyeing Los Angeles, California, as its next target market for expansion.

KKTV: Get ahead of Spring cleaning by decluttering first

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) – With Spring right around the corner, homeowners might want to hold off on busting out their mops and brooms and first get rid of the things in their homes taking up space.

WYDaily: JDog Carpet Cleaning and Floor Care Opens in Williamsburg

WILLIAMSBURG — Cornelius Davis, a 20-year Navy veteran, is continuing his personal mission to serve as he opens JDog Carpet Cleaning and Floor Care in the Williamsburg area.

KTSM 9 News: Borderland vet-owned business helps homeowners, others ‘declutter’

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – A locally owned business run by a veteran and his family is deep cleaning people’s homes, helping them go through the ritual of spring cleaning.

1851 Franchise: Air Force Veteran and Aviation Expert Opens Veteran Centric Business in Summerlin with Plans to Expand

Kenneth Martin’s entire career has been in aviation. He started in the Air Force in 2002 and continued to serve until 2008. He eventually enrolled in college and, after graduating in 2016, he knew that business ownership was the career path he wanted to pursue. After discovering JDog Brands, he knew their veteran-centric business models would be the perfect fit for him.

NewsWire: VET Tv Announces Release of 'Tactical Treasures'

SAN DIEGO, March 8, 2023 (Newswire.com) – A podcast focusing on the stories of veterans and military spouses – and the keepsakes that made a difference in their lives – is the subject of the newest podcast, now available on VET Tv’s streaming platform.

1851 Franchise: Rob Reichardt Found Meaning through JDog Brands Ownership

When Rob Reichardt retired from the Navy, he did not have concrete plans. After some time in the corporate space, Reichardt began to feel that he would prefer to be in the field, working for himself. Now, as a JDog Junk Removal & Haulingowner, Reichardt says he is back to working with people whose values align with his, and he treasures the impact he can make on a daily basis.