Piper and Brigitte will sniff out bed bugs that humans would never find. Our bed bug detection service is not only thorough; it’s very fast and effective. Seattle’s Best Pest Detection has operated as the premier homegrown, independent detection and services provider in the area. Our goal is to PROVE to you that you have a problem, then help you solve it. We are going to show you where and what we find. Please visit our Media/Video page to see footage of Piper in action…As well as all of our media attention. Be sure to watch the video till the end! Give us a call to meet Piper or Brigitte in person. Set up your appointment today with Washington’s bed bug dog authority!
It’s not difficult to come in contact with bed bugs these days. The National Pest Management Association’s figures state that 1 in 5 people have either dealt with an infestation or know someone who has. Some of the more recent reasons for the resurgence of bed bugs are international travel, population density, resistance to pesticides, less effective pesticides, and transfer of used goods, not to mention inexperienced pest control. We do not recommend DIY treatments, Poor application can drive surviving bugs into hiding. 3 out of every 10 people never develop the itchy reaction to bed bug bites, so they may not even know they have a problem! Just one of these folks in an apartment building or other shared wall situation can spell trouble for neighbors. Our bed bug dogs can provide you accurate results giving you peace of mind and protecting your bottom line.
After serving as a Resident Lieutenant Firefighter/EMT early on, Tony Haigh went to work for a local nonprofit as a resident manager helping others transition from short-term to permanent housing. The company became severely impacted by bedbugs and was looking for quick and effective policies and measures to reduce spread. Tony became a student once again and authored many of the agencies bedbug protocols. After leading staff on several large scale bedbug operations, It was a natural fit for Tony to take on the newest employee, C.C. the bedbug dog!