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2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog
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2 Making "Scents" of the Bed Bug Dog

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4th Annual Bed Bug Summit sponsored by the Central Ohio Bed Bug Task Force

4th Annual Bed Bug Summit sponsored by the Central Ohio Bed Bug Task Force

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  1. Making “Scents” of the Bed Bug Dog<br />
  2. We’ve Seen Amazing Dogs<br />
  3. The Behemoth<br />
  4. The Petite<br />
  5. The Majestically Proud<br />
  6. The Humble<br />
  7. We Love’em!<br />
  8. Working Dogs<br />
  9. Ancient Dog Jobs<br />Herding<br />Sentry / Alert <br />Tracking / Hunting<br />Sled Pulling<br />
  10. Battle Tested<br />Mine Detection<br />Sentry<br />Patrol<br />Messengers<br />
  11. Canine Soldier of Today<br />
  12. Fleas in the Breeze<br />
  13. Assistance Canines<br />Sight, Hearing, Physically Impaired<br />Diabetic Alert<br />Seizure Alert<br />Emotional Support<br />Reading Support<br />
  14. Guam Snake Dog<br />Scent Detection<br /><ul><li>Accelerant / Arson Investigation
  15. Toxic Mold
  16. Smuggled Fruit
  17. Underground Pipes
  18. Cancers
  19. Pilot Whales
  20. Insects–Termites, Ants, Bed Bugs</li></li></ul><li>Why do they Work?<br />Searching is in their DNA.<br />“Life’s Purpose”<br />America’s pets have a diminished “Drive”.<br />I need this!<br />
  21. Work<br />FUN!<br />It’s a Game<br />Outlet to a Desire Within<br />Pleasing to Pack Leader<br />Mentally Balanced <br />Could Quit at Any Time<br />I love to use my nose!<br />
  22. “Olfactoids”<br />First & Last Sense<br />Identity<br />More reliable than human vision<br />
  23. “Olfactoids”<br />40 x’s the Brain Dedication <br />40 x’s more receptors (200 mil – 5 mil)<br />
  24. “Olfactoids”<br /><ul><li>1 Part per Trillion </li></ul> = 1 Bad Apple in a Trillion <br /><ul><li>Wet Nose </li></ul> = 1 pint of mucus daily<br />
  25. Scent Cone<br />Spreads from “Source”<br />Minute Scent Cone <br />Falls with Gravity <br />May not be Available<br />
  26. Handler/Dog Relationship<br />Handler is <br />Pack Leader<br />Mutual respect<br />Mutual trust<br />
  27. Communication<br />Delicate Dance<br />Body Language_CONSISTENCY<br />Travels Down Leash<br />Handler should present <br /> “Areas of Interest”<br />Handler should detail <br />
  28. Daily Training <br />False Alert Resistance<br />Directional Work <br />Speed & Repetition<br /> Basics<br />Free Searches for “Drive Enhancement”<br />K9 Training!<br />
  29. Distraction Training<br />Scent Wheel<br />Paint Cans<br />Hide Boxes <br />Dead Bed Bugs <br />Live Insects<br />Food Items<br />Animal Scents<br />Squeaky balls & Other Toys<br />
  30. Inspection After Chemical Treatments<br />Pesticide Dust<br />Recommend 3 Weeks<br />Mortality Rate<br />Scent Dissipates<br />Treatment Options<br />Active Ingredients<br />Dinotefuran<br />4.95%<br />Pyriproxyfen<br />0.44%<br />Permethrin<br />36.08%<br />Other Ingredients<br />58.53%<br />Total<br />100.00%<br />
  31. Effectiveness / Accuracy<br />Environmental Factors<br />Heat<br />Air Currents<br />Distraction Factors<br />Food Crumbs<br />Animal Odors<br />People<br />
  32. Effectiveness / Accuracy<br />Health Factors<br />Lack of Sleep<br />Unknown Pain<br />Upset Belly<br /><ul><li>Mental Factors
  33. Daily Frustrations
  34. Timing of Inspection</li></li></ul><li>Why Use A Bed Bug Dog?<br /><ul><li> 3 x’s the accuracy
  35. Reduce Pesticide
  36. Shrink Large Areas
  37. Complex Furnishings</li></li></ul><li>Why Use A Bed Bug Dog?<br /><ul><li> Behind Construction Materials</li></li></ul><li>Why Use A Bed Bug Dog?<br /><ul><li>Discern Live Insects/Eggs </li></li></ul><li>Benefits to Business <br /><ul><li>Green approach
  38. Calms fears
  39. Cost Savings
  40. Image Protection
  41. Proactive
  42. Documentation</li></li></ul><li>Residential Benefits <br /><ul><li>Less Pesticides
  43. Cost Savings
  44. Time Savings
  45. Preparation
  46. Extra Services</li></li></ul><li>Applications<br />Real-Estate Transactions<br />Rental Agreements<br />Waiting Rooms<br />Summer Camps<br />Fire Houses<br />Crisis Centers<br />After Travel<br />
  47. Questions?<br />

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