Meet Kim Camera
(with bed bug dog, Deacon)
From the very young age of eight, Kim’s love for animals and the outdoors was nurtured by her parents, and continues today! Every weekend they took her and her brother horseback riding. When Kim was 12 she began to rehabilitate injured wildlife. Her love and passion for animals grew over the years, eventually taking Kim to places all over the world, including a stint helping animal orphanages in Africa. She’s even trained animals in the zoological industry. During Kim’s travels assisting with wildlife rehab, visiting kennels, zoos, and other animal sanctuaries, she kept seeing a need for help in combatting destructive pests. Kim has spent the past ten years training dogs affiliated with federal urban search and rescue (USAR) and human remains detection (HRD) teams. This is when Kim put it all together. While most people can see the signs of pests like termites and rodents, finding them can be difficult. In fact, some pests are so harmful they can be physically and emotionally exhausting to both humans and animals.
Kim has combined her unique talent for training scent dogs with her love for the outdoors and animals to co-create Urban Canine Pest Detection. Along with her husband Greg, they’ve paired up with the best in the country in the fields of scent work and pest research to stay on the cutting edge in the field of pest detection.