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Why use a dog to find bedbugs?

Dogs provide the fastest, most accurate bed bug detection. Although dogs have been used successfully for decades to detect drugs and locate explosives, it is only recently that man’s best friend has become the latest weapon in the war on bed bugs.  This is because dogs are extremely good at discriminating minute amounts of target scents even in the presence of high concentrations of non-target smells.  A dog’s nose is so sensitive it can detect just a few target scent molecules from trillions of background odor molecules.  This is over a million times more sensitive than any human being.  Southland Pest Control’s certified bedbug dogs are the fastest, most reliable way to diagnose a bed bug infestation available today.

bed bug fumigation

Bed Bug Fumigation

Now providing bed bug fumigation in Orange, San Bernardino, Riverside & East LA Counties!

Fumigation is one of the most effective ways to fully eradicate bed bugs, cockroaches, dry wood termites and wood boring beetles. This process, also known as tenting, is when secured tarps cover your home for three days and Vikane gas fumigant is introduced into the structure. This method is used because of its ability to penetrate the structure, reaching bedbugs and other pests where traditional pesticides cannot. Vikane rapidly penetrates through wood members of the structure to kill pests through suffocation. After fumigation, Vikane leaves no residues, a common worry with fumigants. In a typical fumigation, the gas will mixes with the air under the fumigation tents in about an hour.


All work performed by Southland Pest Control is guaranteed. For more information about our guarantees for fumigation, call us today!