Any crevices near a sleeping areas, like baseboards, mattress seams, and loose wallpaper
Bed bug exoskeletons, which are red or brown and about 5 mm in length
Blood stains on your bedding or pajamas
Fecal spots in your bed, which resemble small stains in a brown or black color
Bed bug bites are not usually the best indicator of an infestation because not everyone reacts the same to a bed bug bite. However, if you notice reoccurring bites on your or your family’s bodies, it may be cause for concern.
Swollen, red welts
Itching and burning
A rash across the infected area
Straight lines of multiple bed bug bites
Not only are dogs “man’s best friend,” but they are also one of the most effective methods of bedbug prevention. Our highly trained dogs and dog handlers can inspect a room within minutes to determine the source of your bedbug infestation.
When it comes time to implement a bedbug prevention program, many exterminators will simply spray a pesticide. Not only does this method have limited effects, but it is also toxic and not eco-friendly. Our team at NY Bedbug Dogs is completely “green,” employing the incredibly effective and safe Cryonite treatment. This method uses carbon dioxide “snow” to literally freeze bedbugs in their tracks.