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.

The Columbian: Ridgefield vet continues to serve through junk-hauling business

He aims to hire fellow veterans, work to address homelessness

FOX 29 Philadelphia: JDog Junk Removal and Hauling Discuss New TV Series

Lancaster’s JDog was featured on the local station for their new Discovery Channel series.

Washington Business Journal: This Army veteran launched a successful skin care business — and followed that up with a junk removal franchise

Phil Garner owns a JDog Junk Removal & Hauling franchise and a skin care business, Garner’s Garden.

Employee Benefits News: 6 ways employers can help veterans transition to new careers

Connect veterans to those who have been in their shoes.

Employee Benefits News: This military vet is using his business to fight veteran unemployment and boost mental health

As the founder and CEO of JDog Brands, a franchise that provides junk-hauling and carpet-cleaning services, Flanagan is committed to partnering exclusively with veterans and veteran family-members as franchisees.

Fox Business: Veteran-owned franchise aims to lower unemployment, homelessness

JDog Brands founder and U.S. Army veteran Jerry Flanagan discusses how his company is helping vets acclimate to civilian life.

Entrepreneur: After 2 Failed Businesses, This Founder Saw the Value in Junk and Built a 260-Unit Franchise Fueled by Veterans

JDog Junk Removal & Hauling founder Jerry Flanagan built his massively successful franchise around the veteran experience in a two-fold strategy that appeals to customers and strengthens the franchise.

NTD Business: Veteran-Owned Business Helps Veterans in Need

It’s not easy coming back to civilian life after serving in the military. That’s why veteran-turned-entrepreneur Jerry Flanagan started an all-military and veteran business.

Fox Business: Veteran-owned franchise aims to lower unemployment, homelessness

JDog Brands founder and U.S. Army veteran Jerry Flanagan discusses how his company is helping vets acclimate to civilian life.

The Philadelphia Citizen: Vet-Owned Businesses in Philly

A national company founded by Army vet Jerry Flanagan and his wife, Tracy, in Berwyn, JDog has franchises owned exclusively by, and employing, veterans and their families around the country.