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

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