Learn the Benefits of K9 Bed Bug Inspections:
Dogs offer close to 100% effectiveness rate for bed bug inspections!(depending on condition of room i.e. clutter)
Compare to the approximately 35% accuracy of even the best trained human bed bug inspector.
no other company can offer that!
A trained pest management professional can only detect visible signs of bed bugs and termites in a given area where Dogs can “sniff” them out!
For a human bed bug inspection to check if there is activity behind walls, baseboards or under carpets, the room would have to be stripped down and baseboards pulled away from the walls. Due to a dog’s keen sense of smell, k9 bed bug inspections are superior! Inspector Kody can detect bed bugs and termites behind walls, making his inspection a more thorough and accurate one. More accurate detection means that if there is bed bug or termite activity, our certified K-9 bed bug inspectors will alert us to the infestation and control measures can begin. There are no better bed bug inspections than k9 bed bug inspections.
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k9 Bed Bug Inspections: How are they done?
Our certified K-9 bed bug inspection teams have gone through extensive training and the training is ongoing. Our highly trained teams are a powerful new weapon against destructive and disgusting bed bugs and termites and can inspect and locate the these pests in places that human inspectors cannot. Canine bed bug inspectors can detect the target insects behind walls, under floors, beneath the soil, and otherwise inaccessible areas of a home or commercial building. Once the target insect is located, our dogs performs what’s called a “passive alert”, where they will sit and point to the infested area. K9 bed bug inspections are unequalled by a human bed bug inspector.
K-9 Bed Bug Inspections History
In Canada, dogs have been successfully used by the military and law enforcement agencies to locate firearms, ammunition, explosives, narcotics, missing persons and accelerants used in suspected arson cases. The same training used for these purposes is now being used to train dogs to search for bed bugs and termites. It takes more than two months of training and costs approximately $10,000.00 for a dog to be able to be a k-9 bed bug inspector. Kody can smell through walls, floors and even underground – long before humans can see any visible signs. Kody can crawl into tight spaces that human inspectors cannot. Early detection by a k9 bed bug inspections can save human discomfort from bites by detecting and treating hot spots before the damage is done.