canine inspection - how well can it confirm the absence of bed bugs?(3 posts)
If a PCO conducts an inspection and does not find evidence of bed bugs, it is possible that there is a low level infestation that can't be detected yet.
With canine inspections, if the dog does not find any evidence of bed bugs, is it safe to assume that there aren't any bed bugs there?
When we had our K9 inspections done, we assumed when given the all clear, that we were fine. This is because when they first arrived, they hid from the dogs 1 bed bug in our place, and the dogs found it. Hope this helps.
I had a canine inspection done a couple days ago and the dog did not find any bed bugs. Today I woke up from a nap with a welt on my stomach (can't tell whether it was from a bed bug for sure).
The inspector seemed to know what he was doing. He warned me that bed bugs could be biting through the mattress cover. But could they bite through 3 layers of fabric: the mattress cover, bed sheets, and my t-shirt?
Since I haven't caught any bed bugs in the climb-up interceptors, I'm afraid there might be bed bugs hiding inside my metal bed frame. How do you treat metal bed frames anyways? It would be so hard to get through all the hollow structure
Any help would be appreciated~
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