For Sprague's Bed Bug Canine Inspection team, May has already arrived this year. May, the bed bug sniffing dog, that is! Joining her big sister, April, as the company's second bed bug canine, May is busy this week seeking out bed bugs in Seattle area hotels and apartments.
"Bed bug canines give us a tremendous advantage in the battle against bed bugs because the bugs can't hide. When this advantage is combined with the best treatment technology available to solve bed bug problems, our clients find relief and peace of mind," said Carrie Thibodeaux, Sprague's Director of Client Experience.
May is a certified bed bug canine dog whose handler, Miriah Tucker, is a veteran dog handler. Expect to see them out in the Northwest community seeking out bed bugs in lodging and multi-unit housing properties, schools, health care and assisted living facilities and even office buildings.
For more information on our Bed Bug Canine Inspection services, click HERE.
Q13 Fox News Seattle/Tacoma recently ran a story on the potential increase in bed bug problems as a result of the winter Olympics. The story featured solutions for bed bugs including our heat treatment services and bed bug canine inspection capabilities. View the video
To learn more about our bed bug solutions, click HERE.
Reporter Michelle Esteban with KOMO 4 News in Seattle recently explored the issue of bed bugs from a tenant's perspective - what it was like living with bed bugs and how Sprague's bed bug canine inspections and heat treatment services played a key role in solving their problem. View the video
To learn more about our solutions for bed bugs, click HERE.
Read the FoodProcessing.com article that explores why now is a good time to plan for seasonal insect activity and to explore new methods for controlling insects such as Mating Disruption.
View the story http://www.foodprocessing.com/articles/2010/pest_control.html
To learn more about Mating Disruption, visit our Fumigation Alternatives page.
Sprague's Technical Director Jeff Weier was quoted in the story as well as Copesan's Jim Sargent.