bb dogs - where do you find one in NYC(7 posts)
and how much do they cost? Do I have to inform my land lord that I am going to be bringing one in ?
A consumer's point of view: I think the cost is highly variable and negotiable. It depends a lot on how much time it takes for the handler & dog to get to the job site and the nature of the job (hotel vs single apartment). I followed a link to an article on one dog handler's site that said something like the dog works for 'as much as' $200 per hour. I don't think inspecting an apartment would take more than 15 or 20 minutes, probably less. But of course they must have a minimum per visit charge. I can't see why you should have to inform your landlord, but I'd think it would be a good thing... & have the dog go over all the apts in the building at the same time, bringing the cost per unit down. Maybe some of your neighbors would be interested in cooperating.
There are a number of dog handlers that monitor this site, and I'm sure most of them travel to NYC increasingly often. If they have an extra block of time when they're in town, they'll probably PM you and let you know they're available.
dinner, I was thinking of starting this same thread! I guess desperate minds think alike! If anyone has used a dog in the New York area, I would also love to hear your experiences, especially if used for detection purposes.
I work with a K9 in Florida. I'm aware of two companies in that utilize Bed Bug Dogs in the NYC area. PM me and I'll be glad to provide assistance.
I also work K9s in Florida and know of several NESDCA certified dog teams in the NYC area. PM me and I would be glad to assist you.
Can bb dogs sniff out cars? And can members on this post pm me on how to hire bb dogs in NYC area.
Also, are bb dogs worth the money. Can people who've used bb dogs lemme know their experiences, good and/or bad. Thanks!
I incorporate vehicle searches in our training program when requested. One of these NESDCA certifed dogs recently searched a residence and the clients vehicle in Chicago. As for the PM I would rather allow others to advise you if they are worth it or if their experience was good or bad. As for NY there are currently 3 NESDCA certifed dogs and there will be about 7 by April.
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