Bedbug Sniffing Dogs

I read that Dogs can help people to detect Bedbugs in Hotels by smelling them out, I am not going to celebrate this news.
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/03/11/garden/11bedbug.html



I have a list of annoying animal type problems in Hotels

First: Ants
Second: Mosquitoes
Third: Cats
Fourth: Dogs
Fifth: Chickens
Sixth: Bedbugs

As you can see, Bedbugs is low on the list.

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Panajachel, Guatemala --- Monday, March 15, 2010
By Andy Graham of HoboTraveler.com

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Excuses by Owners of Hotels
The last thing I want to hear from an owner of a Hotel is,
"I have the Dogs to detect Bedbugs."
I already hear too many excuse for these mongrels, I will move out of a hotel because of Dogs or Cats, they are not acceptable in my world.



Pet Lovers
Pet Lovers are akin to Smokers, they believe everyone around them must accept them or something is wrong with them. Dogs and Cats love me, if I even left the door open for a minute, they will move into my room and set up housekeeping, mark their territory and become my best friend whether I like it or not.

I do understand that Dogs are needed for security in many countries, however very few owners clean up after the dogs properly and cats for sure are unacceptable in Hotels.

I was walking down the road yesterday with my friend Chris, a dog was trying to walk up close to me; it wanted to be my friend. I said to Chris,
"This Dog is going to get some operant conditioning in a minute."

For those of you that were business major and avoided Psychology 101, click here to read.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operant_conditioning
We must teach the business majors to talk, I am sure there is some form of operant conditioning that can be utilized.

Bedbug Sniffing Dogs

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