The bed bug epidemic continues to march forward.
Online PR News – 28-September-2010 – – Springfield VA – September 22, 2010 – BedBug University's North American Summit 2010 in Chicago is SOLD OUT and Eddie Connor of K9 Pest Detectors is there right now. For the latest updates on this growing epidemic call him direct on his cell 571-221-6204.
K9 Pest Detectors makes sure your home and business are always the very best places to live and work. Their highly trained, certified bed bug inspector dogs accurately detect bed bugs no matter where they try to hide. The success rate for detection of bed bugs using a trained dog is over 90%, where as a human’s visual inspection is about 25-30% accurate.
Bed Bugs are a growing problem – increasing 63% since 2007. To keep up with the demand from the entire east coast region, Willy recently joined the K9 Team. He has completed an extensive and comprehensive training program at Pepe’s J&K Canine Academy, Inc. Willy was hired to help with bed bug investigations in theaters, hotels, businesses, military bases and other public places. Highly trained in scent detection, Willy locates live bed bugs and viable eggs – helping pest control companies ensure that they are effectively eliminating bed bugs.
“Willy is three years old and came from a rescue shelter, as did all three dogs. Willy has had 1.5 years of experience prior to coming to K9, and he loves to work,” said Eddie Connor, manager of K9 Pest Detectors.
The newest addition to the team will join Lady Bug, the head dog of the K9 team. Willy – along with his handlers Eddie Connor and Jack Rossi – are certified with the National Entomology Scent Detection Canine Association (NESDCA).
About K-9 Pest Detectors:
Owned and operated by the Connor's family, K-9 Pest Detectors has been leading the way since May 2008. Recognized as a national leader in bed bug detection, they have earned a reputation for effective results with an unwavering commitment to their loyal customers, the pest control industry and entire community. For additional information, visit: www.k9pestdetectors.com