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This is extremely unlikely. Bedbugs are attracted by your breath as a human when you are asleep. They thus home in on where your breath is coming from to get their meal from your blood while you are asleep in your bed in the night. They may then set up home in or near your bed. They would not be attracted by the breath of dogs nor have any attraction to go anywhere near a dog or a dog's bed.
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Yes. Bedbugs are very flat, and often travel through tiny spaces in woodwork from one apartment to the next. When one apartment is treated, they are supposed to do all a…djacent apartments as well. Read the Wikipedia article I'm posting in "Related Links", below the ads. They are very hard to get rid of, requiring multiple treatments by a professional pest control person, NOT just one of the landlord's 'cowboys'.
Beds get bedbugs not people. The way they get into your bed could be from some second hand furniture you brought into your home, such as a second hand bed, or table or cupboar…d or anything else which a bedbug has laid eggs in a crevice or crack in that item of furniture probably without the person selling it knowing. Another common way is if you or somebody who lives in the same home as you goes away on holiday and a female bedbug lays an egg or eggs in their luggage, which they bring back into your home and after unpacking do not see the tiny eggs which will be stuck to a hard surface somewhere inside the luggage. Another way is if a bedbug in another home very near to yours comes through the wall into your home, perhaps because it is getting overcrowded where it was. In all such cases when you are asleep, your breath can be detected by the newly born bedbug nymph wherever the egg hatches, and it instinctively will make for the source of that breath, because it recognises it as a food source, its meal being your blood which it needs to sip to live. So once it has found the source is you, it will climb up into the bed you are in, crawl on to you and inject an anaesthetic into you so you can not feel anything there, and then insert a tiny tube into you, through which it will suck blood out of you. Once it has completed its first meal off you in that bed, it will crawl off you and make its base very near to where you sleep, the most likely place being in the folds of your mattress. It is likely to come back for more meals off you on subsequent nights while you are asleep, while it goes through five different moulting stages before it becomes an adult bedbug. Then if its a female it can start laying more bedbug eggs, so in time your bed will become infested as more and more bedbug nymphs get born, unlesss and until you have discovered you have a bedbug problem in your bed and taken steps to get rid of them.
Bed bugs are parasites that preferentially feed on humans. If people aren't available, they instead will feed on other warm- blooded animals, including birds, rodents, bats, a…nd pets. Bed bugs have been documented as pests since the 17th century. They were introduced into our country by the early colonists. Bed bugs were common in the United States prior to World War II, after which time widespread use of synthetic insecticides such as DDT greatly reduced their numbers. Improvements in household and personal cleanliness as well as increased regulation of the used furniture market also likely contributed to their reduced pest status. Although above answer is basically correct, it needs to be noted Wikiamswers/answer.com is a worldwide site not exclusive to the USA and similarly bedbugs are a worldwide problem that affect peoples in tropical, temperate and cold climates worldwide and there is no nation in the world that does not have them. It is also incorrect to imply that poor personal hygiene is what attracts them into a home. According to pest extermination specialists here in the UK, where we have had a 700% increase in infestations over past five years, most new infestations seem to occur in the most spotlessly clean homes with high standards of hygiene. The commonest way they seem to get into homes is when bedbug eggs laid in people's luggage when they were away on holiday hatch and the newly born bugs are attracted to beds in their new home by the CO2 breathed out by people asleep in that home during the night.
Bedbugs bite you and suck your blood while you are in your bed asleepduring the night while it is dark and usually when you are in the deepest sleep. One or more bedbugs will …come out of their hiding places, which are always somewhere in or near your bed and will come to where you are, crawl along the sheet and climb on to your body and find a part of your body, usually your arm or leg to start their meal of you. Before piercing your skin and starting to suck they inject an anesthetic fluid into you and a chemical to make your blood come out very slowly. They then insert a tiny tube into you and once installed, each bedbug on you starts pumping out your blood. Because of the anesthetic effect. while each bedbug is on you having its meal you will not usually feel a thing even if you wake up. Also because it is usually dark while you are asleep, you will not see them either unless you happened to wake up and switch on the light. Bed bugs can be kept at bay in mattress with mattress protectors.It also protect you from dust mites.
You get bedbugs because they need to siphuman blood to survive. So they always make their base in or near anybody's bed, so they can come out when you are asleep to feed thems…elves off your blood. It is all very nasty solet me explain it in detail what happens. There are various ways that bedbugs can first get into the home you live in. One of the commonest ways is when people go on a holiday they may stay somewhere, like in a hotel in a hot country, where there is bedbug infestation. Bedbugs lay up to 12 eggs every night somewhere. So while staying there a bedbug may lay its eggs in the person's luggage or clothing in their room. So when the person travels home without them realising, the eggs come home with them. When the person gets home they will leave their luggage or the clothing somewhere in the house. Another way bedbugs first get into a home is if the resident buys some item of second hand furniture or a second hand mattress or second hand bed. There may be bedbug eggs in that item which thereby come in with the furniture into the new home without the buyer realising. Yet another way bedbugs may get into a previously uninfested home is when neighbours have them, like in an adjacent apartment or next door house. The bedbugs may detect the breath of people sleeping there and if there own area is getting very over crowded they move into that home instead of feeding where they were. Once the eggs hatch in the home and nymphs are born they all have the capability to detect your breath when you are sleeping. As soon as they sense this they crawl from wherever they are towards the breath source which is your bed. When they find it they climb up or else jump down on to your bed where you are asleep. Later they do not go back to where they first were, but set up their new home very close to where you sleep. So your bed has now become their area of operation. This operating base may be in your mattress or in the bed's construction or else in furniture or in the floor or wall very close to your bed. So once one of these situations has happened when the bedbug finds you in bed they usually crawl on to your arm or leg. Once there the first thing they all do is to inject an anaesthetic stored in all bedbugs bodies into you. This makes the part of that limb go numb. So you can not feel anything. The bedbug then injects a tiny tube into you and starts sucking,rather like a vacuum cleaner does, so a tiny amount of your blood slowly gets pumped out of you into its mouth. Consuming its meal of your blood in this way takes it a total of about 5 minutes. But you do not feel anything while it is feeding on you because of the anesthetic it has put into you. Once the bug's meal has been completed, the bedbug then crawls away and finds a new hiding place very close to where you sleep. Meanwhile the anesthetic wears off so you will only now start to itch madly where it had its meal, and may then scratch like mad to obtain relief. When you wake up you may see red marks on you where you have scratched, but you will probably not realise what caused them. Meanwhile unless it gets disturbed during day time, the bed bug very fat with your blood in its stomach sleeps in its new hiding place all day. It is nice and near so can return for another meal on subsequent nights. So unless action is taken to exterminate them each bedbug nymph will become an adult bedbug after four blood meals off you. Then female adult bedbugs will continue to have meals but will now also lay eggs in or near your bed, up to 12 per day. Each egg may become a new bedbug when it hatches. So it is likely in time bit by bit that bed will become more and more infested with new nymphs and then new adult bedbugs over coming months. So more and more bedbugs will crawl out of their different hiding places into your bed for a meal. You will get more and more nasty bite marks all over you from different bedbugs having meals while you are asleep. This is called a serious infestation! So with large numbers of bedbugs now all over your home if somebody visits your home a bedbug looking for somewhere to lay its eggs may sometimes go into the shoe or the pocket of the visiting person and lays bedbug eggs in there. So when that person goes back to their home they take the bedbug eggs with them to their home. So as described above new nymphs then hatch out in their home at night and detect the breath of people asleep in their beds in that home so make for them to have their first meal. So in time that home too becomes infested, unless of course action is taken to exterminate all the bedbugs before a major infestation occurs.
bedbugs are something like when u go to sleep there are bedbugs i your matteress ur bed den when u wake up ur already bitten so u have red itchy marks on ur arm n leg wh…ere ever they bit u also bedbugs can be found in ur school, car, ur phone like ur keyboard n ur bed so be carefull makesure where ever u go its clean it happend to my friend 4 times
No. unlike fleas bedbugs infest beds not people or animals. The bedbug detects the breath of any person near to it sleeping. The bedbug homes in on where the sleeping hu…man's breath is coming from to find its food, which is human blood. After its meal the bedbug will usually set up its base in or near the bed and females lay eggs near to or in the bed so new bedbugs get born and so the bed becomes more and more infested. Bedbugs do not normally bite animals nor are they attracted to pets or to the bed of pets.
"You" do not "get" bedbugs, bedbugs find you and adopt your bed!. The way they find your bed is by your breath when you are asleep which they can detect over a range of 50 met…res or more. When they detect your sleeping breath they will instinctively come straight to you in your bed. When it bites you and sucks blood out of you will not normally know even if you are awake. This is because bedbugs always inject a kind of anaesthetic into their host (you in thie case). they also inject other stuff that slows down your blood flow when you bleed. They do this before they insert a tiny tube and then start to make you bleed there and your blood comes out of you through the tube into their mouth as their meal. They are normally on you for a total of around 5 minutes having their meal then leave you, usually while you carry on sleeping, They do not return to where they came from when engorged with your blood but instead find a nearby hiding place almost always within a few feet of where you sleep. This may be in your mattress, in the bed's material, in the walls, in the floor, in furniture or even in books or your computer or radio set or anything else in or near your bed. Only after the bedbug has completed its meal and is safely there will the anaesthetic effect start to wear off and then you will probably start to itch like mad and feel a need to scratch yourself to obtain relief from where the bedbug bit you where there will be a nasty looking red rash. But everybody is different, some people never even notice after they have been bitten, some suffer acute irritation and pain, it varies from person to person. But either way the bedbug has gone so the victim will no longer be able to kill it, unless he or she finds its hiding place, which can sometimes be very difficult. So once this has happened to you in that bed, you then have an ongoing bedbug problem in that bed. As long as you continue to use that bed, as it is likely to come back to you for more meals on future nights and females may lay more and more eggs so you could well get more and more bugs in that bed from then on if you do not take any action to get rid of them from the whole home where you live.
they either run or walk, or their owners carry them around, any way really
Yes they even live on hairy backs!
yes, it doesn't matter if its human or not
they bite you if you where to get bitten you should go to the docter for you may have gotten sick
1. Always check the mattress before you get into the bed. Pull up the sheets, check all of the seams of the mattress, and lift up the mattress and take a look at the box sprin…g. I always pack a flashlight with me for this process. Unless they have a bad infestation, you probably won't see any even if they do have them, but this is worth doing. 2. Do not put your suitcase on the bed or on the floor. If there is a suitcase rack then put it on that. 3. Travel with trash bags. When I travel I line my suitcase with a trash bag and put everything in it. Then when I get home I just take the bag of clothes and dump it immediately into the wash. 4. Don't bring your suitcase into your home after a trip. If you have a garage, put your suitcase in the garage. If you live in an apartment building, bag up your suitcase. You can also purchase a bed bug spray to spray down your suitcase before bringing it back into your home. 5. Put your shoes in the dryer on high heat for 30 minutes when you get home. Bed bugs don't just travel on clothes and suitcases.
well of course go to the doctor and they will give the right medicine to treat the rash that the bed bug will eventually form in your skin bedbug bites are easy to identify b…ecause they look like misquito bites but they are always 3 in a row
i believe it take about a year to go down the stairs in a two family flat in its crazy how they even appear everyone used to sing that song dont let the bedbugs bit now they h…ere some how but im bouta google it its like somebody just was drivin a plane in they just dropped them out of the plane into everyone house in into the hotels in stuff its crazy
Bed bugs may hide anywhere in the room, even in little dogs.