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Bed bugs are an increasing and frustrating problem for ex. Hotels. A bed bug search dog can remedy the damage and the bad publicity that bed bugs cause.

As we travel more and visitors comes from all over the world, bed bugs are spreading at a rapid pace. They move around from room to room, country to country, in the guests' luggage. After World War II, it was found that bed bugs could be kept down with the substance DDT, this substance was banned for approx. 40 years ago for health reasons. Since then, there has been a significant increase in cases of bed bugs.

Bed bugs are found in carpets, cracks in walls and places that are dark and warm. They crawl through walls, along cables, wires and pipes. That's why they spread as fast as they do. Symptoms of a bed bug bite are itchy red marks and small blisters on the skin, often in a zig-zag pattern. You do not necessarily discover the bite, as not everyone reacts to it. A bed bug bite is not dangerous and can be easily treated. The biggest damage is probably the bad publicity you can risk. A single posting on social media can cause a sharp drop in guests and this will have a heavy impact on the economy. There are several ways to check if you have bed bugs. One way is a physical examination mattresses and bed frames or installing traps, these methods can eliminate bed bugs, but are often not effective enough. You will probably not be able to find bed bugs that live in crevices in walls, floors, under carpets and in sockets. A bed bug egg is so small that You can hardly see it. In addition, you cannot trust, that because a trap is empty, there are no bed bugs, it requires the bed bugs to crawl into the trap before you can see them.

This is where a well-trained bed bug search dog comes into the picture. The bed bug cannot hide from the dog's well-developed sense of smell. A search dog has the ability to search a hotel room in a few minutes, and search it to such an extent that the bed bug cannot hide from it. High or low, regardless of where the bed bugs nest, the dog's nose will be able to find them and decode exactly where they stay. By using a bed bug search dog, you will be able to find the bed bugs and locate where they are, without having to move furniture, carpets and drill holes in the wall, so that you can take care of the problem quickly and precisely.

A bed bug detection dog is considered the most effective method to check if bed bugs are present in the room. According to a study from the University of Florida. A well and thoroughly trained search dog has a 98% success rate in finding bed bugs, the same report states that a single louse or egg can be found with 96% certainty.



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