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Plano, TX Bedbugs, Fleas & Ticks - daybreak. Bed bugs bite uncovered skin of a person in an infested bed and then leave reddish itchy dots. They just don't wander away from sleeping and relaxing areas but they have the ability to travel in excess of 100 ft throughout the night to look for food. Bedbugs were once terminated in the United States but they are making a comeback by using international travelers. The most common places to locate them are motels and condo buildings. Bed bugs can survive annually without food. This enables them to travel from various places until they found a comforting place with food. They will hide on clothes and suitcases of travelers. Additionally they are now living in couches and could be transferred from house to house through used furniture. Domestic animals like dogs and cats have thick fur which makes for a great hiding place for bedbugs. Riding public transportation like bus, rails and taxi cabs can bring you into contact with bed bugs which you then take to your house. Bed bugs are six legged parasitic insects that suck human and dog blood. Their size is approximately 1/4 inch with an oblong flat form. Their size is comparable to an apple seed. The top of portion of their bodies has gold colored hair, antennae and cone like eyes. The lower portion of their bodies is wrinkly similar to crinkled paper.
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Bed bugs are showing up in the Dallas area as travelers come from different parts of the globe with the insects in their suitcases. If you think you have a bed bug problem call Ameritech Pest at Fort Worth: (817) 589-2844 or Dallas: (214) 589-2844.