Precision Canine Bed Bug Detection Services is Greater Indianapolis’ trusted solution for bed bug detection.

Serving Hamilton, Marion, Boone, Madison, Morgan, Howard, Hendricks, Johnson, Hancock, Tipton and Shelby counties.  Please contact us if you live outside of the listed counties, as we will travel throughout the state when possible.

Meet Buddy

Precision Canine’s Bed Bug Detection Dog

Buddy is a pure bred Springer Spaniel with a strong working drive. He is extremely focused and is willing to do what is necessary to find bed bugs. He is quiet, gentle and friendly. Buddy wakes up every morning excited to put his vest on and get to work!

Buddy will sniff out bed bugs in Hamilton, Marion, Boone, Madison, Morgan, Howard, Hendricks, Johnson, Hancock, Tipton and Shelby counties.  Please contact us if you live outside of the listed counties, as we will travel throughout the state when possible.

Using a canine bed bug detection team can result in a cost savings of several thousand dollars!

The use of a trained canine for bed bug detection can save an individual or company thousands of dollars by avoiding unnecessary treatments.  The presence of bed bugs in one room does not automatically mean that there is an infestation of the entire property.  Because of their accuracy, a bed bug team can identify one bed bug just as easily as it can detect an infestation.  Based on the inspection results, a more targeted treatment plan can be implemented.

You can benefit from a canine inspection if you are interested in a cost effective, efficient, thorough/minimally invasive and unbiased means to determine the presence or absence of bed bugs.

Apartments and hotels aren’t the only places that suffer from bed bug infestations. Our team of trained canines and inspectors have experience searching a variety of settings.  Listed below are just some of the property types and industries we partner with to provide our detection services.

Frequently Asked Questions

Bed bugs are small, nocturnal insects that feed on blood. Despite their name, bed bugs don’t have to live in a bed. They can be found hiding behind picture frames, walls and baseboards, in electrical outlets and under the edges of carpet. They have been found living in movie theaters, libraries, and office buildings.

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