Bed bugs, those blood sucking insects, are also known as Cimex lectularius. Some experts think bed bugs have been living on the planet since ancient times. After all these years humans have not been able to completely eliminate these horrible insects.
Even in our technologically advanced society no piece of equipment can come close to the amazing bed bud detection abilities of highly trained bed bud detection dogs. With their outstanding sense of smell they can detect bed bugs wherever they’re hiding. Bed bug sniffing dogs can even smell the difference between live bed bugs and dead bed bugs. They can also detect their eggs with their astonishing sense of smell. It’s important to find the eggs. They become bed bugs in about 10 days. The babies need approximately 5 blood meals to become full grown adults.
Bed bug detection dogs are becoming increasingly popular with New York City and New Jersey residents and people living in other parts of the nation. These knights in shiny fur are experts at finding the odious critters.
In 2009 there were 10,985 bed bug complaints in New York. There are many victims who don’t make a complaint to the government. Also there are those that don’t have a skin reaction to bed bug bites and so they don’t know they have an infestation. Some people don’t say anything about having a bed bug infestation because they think it’s embarrassing.
Bed bugs are also a big problem in New Jersey and other states. A National Pest Management Association spokeswoman stated “It’s a plague, an epidemic.”
Bed bug infestations are horrible for apartment landlords due to the cost of bed bug treatments for multiple apartment units and because bed bug infestations can cause renters to move out and cause those looking for an apartment to look elsewhere.
Well trained bed bug detection dogs are very skilled at finding bed bugs. They are superior to humans at finding the odious insects. Bed bug sniffing dogs can be very helpful to apartment building owners and others that think they have a bed bug infestation.
Bed bug sniffing dogs are the knights in shining fur of the battle against the annoying bed bugs. These pooches are becoming very popular in bed bug infested areas including in New Jersey and New York City. They are superior to humans when it comes to detecting bed bugs. They also can inspect a room in just a few minutes. Bed bug detection dogs are used to detect bed bug infestations in college dorms, hotels, apartments, houses cruise ships and a lot of other places.
Cities that have bed bug infestations such as New York City may want to consider allocating some money every year for the hiring of bed bug detection dogs. The dogs could check out schools, public housing, public buildings and even privately owned apartment buildings. After all, people with bed bugs in their apartments often unknowingly bring the odious insects to work and then the critters go home with people and they spread all over the place. It’s a society issue.
Bed bugs are a significant issue in New York City. Yes, they are also a significant issue in New Jersey and across the country. Pest control companies are suggesting that renters inspect for bed bugs before they sign a contract to rent an apartment. Highly trained bed bug detection dogs are about 95% accurate in detecting the odious insects which is far higher than the human detection rate. They have emerged as the best tool for detecting bed bugs.
These bed bug sniffing dogs are major assets in New York City which is one of the most popular cities in America for the horrible little insects which some people are calling “the pest of the century.”
One families bed bug infestation is often the neighbors problem since bed bugs can travel through walls and along pipes and wiring and travel via humans by being attached to their clothing. Last year bed bugs complaints in New York City nearly doubled the number of complaints from the prior year. What can be done? Bed bugs sniffing Beagles for everyone!
Bed bugs are also known as Cimex lectularius. In some parts of New Jersey and New York City they might be known as odious insects. Some people believe bed bugs have been on the planet since ancient times. Even with all the technological advancements, bed bug detection dogs are the best at finding bed bugs. No machine made at a prestigious university by geniuses has outperformed bed bug sniffing Beagles or other highly trained bed bug sniffing dogs.
If you don’t have a bed bug detection dog as a pet and decide to look for bed bugs in your home, baby bed bugs are translucent and become browner as they age. Adult bed bugs are reddish brown, they have no wings and and are about three-sixteenths of an inch in size. No, there are no three foot long bed bugs with fangs. Bed bugs are attracted to carbon dioxide and warmth.
New Jersey and New York City residents are increasingly asking a bed bug detection dog to take over the task of finding bed bugs in their homes. Thank you knights in shining fur.