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NYC Looking to Hire Two Bed Bug-Sniffing Dogs

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New York City is looking to hire two bed bug-sniffing dogs to patrol apartment buildings.

| November 29, 2010

NEW YORK — New York City is looking to hire two bed bug-sniffing dogs to patrol apartment buildings.

The city Department of Housing Preservation and Development is seeking two male dogs trained in detecting bedbugs and their eggs.

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