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Bedbugs don't make you sick. But the poisons used to kill them can.
A government study released Thursday found that dozens of Americans have fallen ill from the insecticides, and a North Carolina woman died after using 18 cans of chemical fogger to attack the tiny blood suckers.
I’ve written about ants before, but we see such an increase in calls this time of year due to these little creatures that I think they warrant another column.
I’d like to introduce you to Patches, Schendel’s newest co-worker. Patches is our fastest, most reliable bed bug detective. Her canine nose is 98% accurate at detecting live adult bed bugs, nymphs and eggs. Compare that to the 40% accuracy of the typical pest professional, and you can see why we are excited to have Patches on the Schendel team!
|12/12||Meet Scout, Schendel's Newest Bed Bug Detecting Canine|
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