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Doug Moore: Owner/Dog Handler
Cell Phone: (609) 784-2151
We service New Jersey, Philadelphia, Bucks County, Montgomery County, Chester County, Philadelphia County, Delaware County, Eastern PA, and Northern Delaware
We're the most experienced independent bed bug dog team in Philly, and Central/Southern New Jersey! We've done thousands of bed bug inspections!
And we're in our 8th year in business.
If you'd like to inquire about our residential or commercial bed bug inspection solutions, please give us a call at (609) 784-2151, or complete the inquiry form below.
PLEASE NOTE: We are collecting your phone number and email address for the sole purpose of contacting you. We will not sell or otherwise provide this information to any third party companies.
Meet our hunters, Scout and Sherlock
Our beagle bed bug sniffing hunters, Scout and Sherlock, have been trained to specifically detect the presence of odor of live bed bugs and viable bed bug eggs.
Both Scout and Sherlock have been scientifically trained by the J & K Canine Academy (a NESDCA Accredited Training Facility)in conjunction with staff entomologists at the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida.
Beagles are recognized as the best breed of dog for scent detection sniffing. Scout and Sherlock hunt with their noses, rather than vision, and they're able to detect as little as one adult bed bug.
Scout and Sherlock are trained using the same protocols that law enforcement uses to train narcotic, explosive, tracking, and search and rescue dogs.
What does this mean for you, the consumer? Simply that Scout and Sherlock are NOT going to alert on dead bugs, empty egg shells, fecal matter, and cast skins. As part of our on-going training and quality assurance program, Scout and Sherlock detect live bed bugs and viable bed bug eggs daily! Because they detect by smell, rather than vision, they are able to detect as little as one adult bed bug.