There is a reason for everything, but unfortunately microscopic life can get out of hand and start affecting your pets.
A Bedbug is probably OK if they decided to stay single and alone – unfortunately, they’re kind of like rabid sharks that can walk and then deciding to converge into one big problem to a rock concert without the necessary ticket to be allowed in.
There are effective treatments to this problem – indirectly to your pet (any object that your pet uses or has been near – like your bed) or directly; they’re safe, even though they do the job of removing them permanently from where you don’t want them to be.
The most important step you should take is to clean or dispose of your pet’s bedding and any plush toys where bed bugs could nest. Ridding the environment of bedbugs is essential since that is where they really live – so effectively, it’s a case of your pet’s belongings and observing your pet’s behavior and health; before you try alternative treatments.
If you happen to find one on your dog you can use rubbing alcohol to remove it without harming your pet, but if the problem persists or this problem has repeated itself recently after you’ve already done this, then you’ll need to consider these options below. The products are safe to you and your pet and they’re as about as organic as you’re going to get so they can get the job done.