New York has Bomb Sniffing Dogs-Now Bug Sniffing?

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Sniffer dogs have long been at the forefront of detecting dangerous and illegal substances to protect mankind. Now they are being used in the fight against a terror of a different kind threatening New Yorkers peace of mind - Bed Bugs.

If one has ever had the misfortune of being attacked by the insidious, terminator-like, nocturnal blood suckers known as Bed Bugs, then one knows they are no joke and they are back, big time.

Recent reports indicate a 34% increase of infestation in New York with almost 10,000 official complaints made to the city in 2008-9. To help frazzled New Yorkers combat this plague-like problem, Discovery Dogs, LLC, offers its independent “Canine Bed Bug Inspection Service” as an essential tool in the first line of defense against Bed Bugs.

“Daisy the Discovery Dog”, was trained at the FSIK9 school in Alabama and is certified by the World Detector Dog Organization (WDDO) and has a 97% success rate in detecting Bed Bugs, as opposed to around 35% for a trained human inspector." Daisy" has been helping concerned tenants discover once and for all the truth of the matter, either yes there are, or no there aren't Bed Bugs. The ability for "Daisy" to detect quickly and discreetly, helps a tenant save not only time, but also money by determining whether an entire apartment is infected, or just one room. In fact, as “Discovery Dogs, LLC” is an independent service, a recent inspection saved a new complex $40,000 in unnecessary extermination fee’s that would have otherwise been paid-none the wiser.    

As spring is on the way, Discovery Dogs right now is offering the first 10 residents of Manhattan who text “Help me Daisy” to 917 805 9723 along with contact details, for a free inspection on a first come, first served basis. Kick off the spring cleaning season and give "your" apartment a clean bill of health by being Bed Bug free to get real peace of mind, compliments of “Daisy” at Discovery Dogs, LLC.

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