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Is My Pet A Carrier For Bed Bugs?

Our pets are such a joy in our lives, but we are not exactly happy with what they can bring into the house – like ticks or fleas. However, when it comes to bed bugs, we should not worry so much, as they are rarely interested in animals.

Bedbugs have a thing for human blood – they creep in the night and feed on people. They love to live in bed mattresses and bed frame cracks, where it is warm and the food is close. These insects prefer the exposed skin, because they cannot navigate too well through fur. Besides, they do not lay their eggs in animal fur (nor on humans, for that matter!), so you can rest assured that your pet is not a carrier of their nests.

However, on rare occasions, when food is scarce, bed bugs may turn to pets for fuel, but they will not stay there. Cats and dogs, as well as birds and rodents can be alternate sources of food for these insects, but only when they are very hungry and there is no human around, but they will continue to look for a human host.

The good news is that bed bugs do not transfer diseases from humans to pets. To get rid of these pesky bugs look for bed bug inspection near me Denver area to find a professional to help.