If you’re a typical apartment dweller and have seen bed bugs, droppings, cast skins, eggs or other signs of bed bugs, you don’t need a bed bug dog to perform a bed bug inspection. The most appropriate use of the bed bug dog is to determine if there are bed bugs in your location, and if so, where. For people who know they have a bed bug control problem, it is better to spend your money on bed bug solutions to eliminate a known problem. We recommend treating every room in an apartment for the greatest likelihood of eliminating bed bugs. If you are a consumer with a large home or a professional in a large office building who has found evidence of a bed bug infestation, one course of action is to have a canine inspection to narrow the treatment area rather than treating an entire location.

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