Even in their nymph stages, bed bugs are ready to eat. They primarily feed off of people, but will also bite animals − including dogs, cats, rodents and chickens. A bed bug can last up to a year or longer without feeding if the temperatures are ideal. Still, the average bed bug life cycle isn't very long, but they do lead active lives
How Long Do Bed Bugs Live? A bed bug, in ideal conditions, usually lives about a year but in our homes, this can be much less. Bed bugs need warm conditions to survive and breed. They also need our blood to develop and to allow them to lay eggs. In cold conditions, below about 57 degrees Fahrenheit, bed bugs can become dormant but do not die.
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Bedbugs (or bed bugs) are small, oval, brownish insects that live on the blood of animals or humans. They often enter your home undetected in luggage, clothing, and used beds or couches.
If you live in Multi-Family housing it is important to speak with the property owner/manager right away if you suspect a bed bug infestation. During the inspection and treatment process it is important to make sure that adjacent units are inspected for bed bugs as well as common areas (i.e. laundry room, lounges, mail room etc.) as your home
How long does it take to get infected with bed bugs? Bed bugs are small insects that feed exclusively on human blood. Long lived and easily spread bed bugs secretive lifestyle makes detection difficult.