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Viking Announces Bed Bug Detection Team

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The company now employs two full-time bed bug detection dogs, Hagar and Helga.

| February 11, 2011

BRIDGEWATER, N.J. — Viking Pest Control recently added two full-time bed bug detection dogs, Hagar and Helga. 

Both Hagar and Helga are NESDCA certified highly trained canines. Already hard at work, they are performing excellent inspections and adding value to Viking’s customer base. 

Hagar and Helga allow Viking to further develop their growing bed bug division and have already performed several successful inspections at many commercial environments (e.g., hotels, retail stores, multi-unit housing, etc.).

Hagar and Helga are also available for subcontracting.  For more information contact Eve Pappas at 856/323-9020 or email to epappas@vikingpestcontrol.com. Hagar and Helga cover all of NJ, PA, DE, MD, NY and can travel upon request. 
 

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