Saturday, 12 March 2011

Another + success story

We have had great press recently regarding Britain first mice detection dog, yes that's right first ever- the secret to this dog is that he doesn't catch mice, eat mice, chase mice or anything of the kind, as that's easy to train a dog to do-that's natural.

But what we had to do is train Archie to "indicate" or "alert" to the specially trained handler the most recent entry and exit points that mice are using to enter a building during such pest infestations.

We didn't want Archie to "alert" us or the handler to mice, their droppings or tracks, but the high frequency entrance routes they use to "squeeze" into rooms, or chew threw gaps.

This project was a bespoke project for a large pest control company, and Archie has proven very successful operationally.

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