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Meet Bryan and Trish Potts, owners of JDog Junk Removal and Hauling – NE Tarrant County. 

Bryan grew up in Englewood, Colorado. After graduating high school, he enlisted in the U.S. Army. He proudly served as an enlisted Soldier, attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant. Bryan then graduated from Officer Candidate School (OCS) and served as an Officer until he honorably retired. Bryan deployed for combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan and has a Master’s of Science in Environmental Management.

Trish grew up in Littleton, Colorado. She attended Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado earning her bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Business Management. Trish worked as an accountant for over 18 years before moving to Texas and exploring other interests.

Bryan and Trish briefly attended the same high school and met in their freshmen year. After going separate ways after graduation, they reconnected through social media and the rest is history. Bryan and Trish, along with their daughter, and their rescued fur-babies moved to Fort Worth in 2016.

Bryan and Trish are avid animal lovers and are strong supporters of animal adoption. They currently have 3 rescues, Brady, an American Lab; Apollo, an American Pitbull; and Pebbles, a Staffordshire Terrier.

We do things the Military way – with Respect, Integrity, and Trust and have an amazing team that lives by those values. We look forward to serving you!


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I have used this service a couple of times and they are great. They are very dependable, friendly and excellent customer service.

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It was easy to schedule a pick up and get all of my questions answered. Everyone was very polite and professional. It was very convenient for us th...

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