Terminators Pest Management Inc.
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The Science Behind The Nose 
From a single drop of urine, the sniffing dog learns the     
       marking animal’s sex, diet, health, emotional state, and    
       whether it’s dominant or submissive, friend or foe.
•      Tracking dogs follow a biochemical trail of dead skin cells,      
       sweat, odor molecules, and gasses for dogs, a scent article is           like a three-dimensional “odor image” - much more detailed     
       than a photograph is for a person.
•      Dogs can track a scent through snow, air, mud, water, and    
       even ash.
•     The properly trained and certified detection dog is recognized 
       in court as a "scientific instrument" (US 9th Circuit Court of   
       Appeals) According to a report prepared by the Institute for    
       Biological Detection Systems (IBDS) of Auburn University     
       (Auburn, AL), dogs have the following capabilities:
•      Sensitivity: Documented limits of olfactory detection for the           dog range from tens of parts per billion to 500 parts per    
       trillion.
•      Discrimination: Dogs are extremely good at discriminating a            target vapor from non-target vapors that are also present, even        at relatively high concentrations of non-target odors.
•      Odor Signatures: When being trained to detect a substance,            dogs learn to alert to one or two of its most abundant vapor            compounds.
•      Multiple Odor Discriminations: Dogs can easily learn as many         as ten odors discriminations.

       Why Use a Bedbug Dog? See Below!
•      Less Expensive. Bedbug detection Dogs generate quicker and         more accurate results, which leads to lower remediation costs         for homeowners and insurers. For schools, hotels, commercial        and government buildings, cost savings can be quite                       substantial.
•      Cutting-Edge Technology. The "Nose" is cutting-edge                    technology and the latest trend in the home inspection                    industry. It's the only inspection tool that can detect and                 pinpoint sources of bedbugs - critical information for lowering         costs.
•      Proven and Trusted. "Man's best friend" has been used for             years by military and law enforcement agencies to detect                bombs and drugs, among other things.
•      Dogs are Honest. Dogs are trained to work for food and                  love... and NOT for profits.
•      Greater Peace of Mind. Research supports that if the dog               finds bedbugs, there's a high statistical probability you should          investigate further. If the dog doesn't find bedbugs, you    
       can how with greater certainty that your home, office or                 school is safe from bedbugs.
•      Hard Workers. In Germany, government authorities have               found that a typical office building search of approximately             200 rooms can take one dog eight hours to complete.
•      Effective Problem Solvers. For REALTORS® concerned               about escrow timelines, Bedbug Dogs can quickly and more           accurately inspect a home, which gives both parties the                  feedback they need to quickly and effectively resolve issues.

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