JDog Junk Removal and Hauling is a team of Veterans, Veteran and Military family members offering junk removal and hauling services for homes and businesses in San Diego, California. Whether you are preparing for a move, upgrading office furniture, replacing carpeting, or getting new appliances, we serve you with the same values we lived by in the Military: Respect, Integrity, and Trust. Striving to make our community a better place, we donate and recycle 60% to 80% of what we haul to keep as much as out the landfill as possible. If you need a trustworthy team to handle your junk, JDog Junk Removal & Hauling is just the one you’re looking for. Call us today at 844-GET-JDOG.
Scott J. Jordan was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. As a child, his family often asked him what he wanted to be when he grew up, and his answer was G.I. Joe. While attending East Boston High School, he was in the Junior Reserve Officer Training Core, a program for students who were interested in a military career. Scott was in civics class during his junior year of high school when he heard of the attack on the World Trade Center. It was at this point when he decided to enlist in the United States Army Reserves. 72 hours after he completed basic training, he received a phone call saying “Don’t unpack your gear, you’re deploying to Iraq.” Scott was 18 years old.
Scott was a part of one of the longest deployed reserve units since World War II, the 94th Military Police Company, out of Londonderry, New Hampshire. His first deployment was a total of 19 months. He arrived in Iraq on Easter Sunday in 2003, and was assigned as a driver/gunner of a Military Police gun truck. He deployed again with the 94th in 2010, this time as husband, a Staff Sergeant, and Squad Leader. After his second tour, Scott decided to become a full-time Soldier and was assigned as a Training Manager to the 102nd Military Police Company in Wisconsin in 2011. In 2014 Scott was promoted to the senior enlisted rank of Sergeant First Class and re-assigned to the 305th Military Police Company in West Virginia.
In 2017 Scott decided it was time to end his military service, and he moved to San Diego, California.
As a civilian, Scott has experience working as a Federal Police Officer, in kitchen and bathroom remodeling, installing flooring, and security. In his spare time, Scott enjoys golfing, boating, hunting, fishing, and being surrounded by friends and family.
Jon and Chuck Moore grew up in San Diego, CA and were part of a military family. Their father, who is a Vietnam Veteran and retired Navy Chief, taught them about service, loyalty, and commitment.
After high school, Chuck enlisted in the United States Army Summer of 1991 and completed one tour of duty before being Honorably discharged. Chuck then joined the Army Reserves and served until 2001. He earned the rank of Army Specialist at Fort Hood, Texas and held the jobs of 76V warehouse specialist and Military Police. After his time in the service he decided to move on to help take care of our grandmother and later worked in the tow truck industry. Chuck also volunteered numerous hours with the Boy Scouts of America teaching young men archery, survival, and camping skills.
Chuck has one son, Bradley, who is and preparing to graduate high school next year.
After high school, Jon enlisted in the United States Navy on September 1995. Making a career out of the Navy, Jon had multiple duty stations, worked with and managed the maintenance efforts of “MH60S, MH60R, C2A, P-3C, E P-3” aircraft. Jon achieved the rank of Chief Parachute Rigger (PRC) in which he spent the last 6 years of his career until his retirement of 20 years in September 2015. While in the Navy, Jon continued to work on his education that led him to complete a Bachelor’s of Science in Workforce Education and Development from Southern Illinois University Carbondale and graduated June 2017.
Jon earned the following awards. Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal (8), Good Conduct Medal (6), National Defense Service Medal (2), Afghanistan Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, and several other personal and unit awards.
Jon is married to Kathy Moore for 19 years and have two daughters together; Maleah and Alana. Kathy has earned a BS in Business Management from University of Phoenix and graduated in 2000.
JDog Vista is the second JDog Franchise in California and we are excited to have this opportunity to bring the JDog brand to our home state. We are based in North County and currently serve all of North San Diego County. Our goal is to grow the JDog business and provide long-term rewarding employment for our military Veterans.
JDog Vista looks forward to building long-standing relationships with our customers and business partners in the community. We completed service to our country and now ready to provide service to our community. We will uphold the JDog core values of Respect, Integrity, and Trust to provide our customers with the best service in the industry. We appreciate you taking the time in getting to know the JDog Vista Team.
The JDog Junk Removal Promise
We are on a mission to empower Veteran business ownership. We believe in Respect, Integrity, and Trust. We follow the principles of hard work, dedication, and community service.
We reuse, recycle, resell, and re-purpose your items whenever possible. 60-80% of the items we haul away are kept out of the landfill.
We arrive when expected. We respect your time, your home and your belongings. We are licensed, where required, and fully insured.