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Pestmaster Services of the Hudson Valley Adds Second Bed Bug Detection Dog

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Paul Alley, president of Pestmaster Services, Kingston, N.Y., announced that Pestmaster Services of the Hudson Valley has added a second bed bug detection dog team to its staff.

| October 5, 2010

KINGSTON, NY – Paul Alley, president of Pestmaster Services, Kingston, N.Y., announced that Pestmaster Services of the Hudson Valley has added  a second bed bug detection dog team to its staff.

With the addition of this two-year-old black lab, Pestmaster is now able to self verify the accuracy of its own work through the use of multiple scent detection dogs and visual inspections. The use of multiple dogs also allows Pestmaster Services of the Hudson Valley to dramatically increase the number of square feet inspected in a single day by always having a fresh dog ready to work.

With more than ten years experience with scent detection dogs, Pestmaster Services of the Hudson Valley is always striving to stay on the cutting edge of pest management technology.

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