Communicating with Residents About Bed Bug Prevention

June 9th, 2016

The return of bed bugs to the American landscape is something building managers and landlords like yourself should be aware of. And not just be aware, but try to stop in your residential properties. Being proactive in finding and stopping bed bugs is imperative, because doing so can prevent the issue from escalating into a […]

Property Managers and Landlords Bed Bug Detection Checklist

May 9th, 2016

Bed bugs used to only be remembered from being part of that “Good night/sleep tight/don’t let the bed bugs bite” saying. But in recent years, the pests have made a comeback, which is unfortunate to anybody who wants to have a good night’s sleep. And it should be of particular concern to both property managers […]

Why Do Bed Bug Dogs Need to be Certified?

February 23rd, 2016

If you pay attention to television at all, you may have heard about how bed bug dogs can potentially sniff out annoying pests, and help humans get rid of bed bugs. But not all bed bug dogs are alike, or as qualified. In canine terms, it’s like comparing a Saint Bernard to a poodle. If […]

A New Look at the NYC Bed Bug Problem

February 18th, 2016

New York is known for being one of the most diverse cities in the world. From the people, to the cuisine, to the clothing, there are so many different ethnicities, food choices, and apparel styles that it boggles the mind. Believe it or not, that diversity goes for bed bugs, too. According to a new […]

Understanding and Communicating with Bed Bug Dogs

January 18th, 2016

Most people who have dogs know how intelligent the animals can be.  Dogs are smarter – and easier to train — than many other animals, including cats. There is a reason that dogs work at a variety of jobs, from K9 cops to service dogs, while cats just work at relaxing and shedding! It is […]

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