Captain Steelsmith, a 30 year old Puggle (that’s Pug-Beagle), is ashamed to admit he was born in the boonies about an hour north of San Diego in Winchester, CA. One of 5 brothers and sisters and more than a few cousins (he can’t for the life of him remember their names) he joined Steelsmith Group in 2012 and relocated to Seattle in order to start a satellite office. Captain holds a Professional Certificate in Human Resource Management from UC San Diego, but he ate it, so that fact tends to be a source of contention with some of the staff. Captain is currently working on some difficult qualifications like a Certificate of Get My Shoes, and an even more technical Certificate of Leave It.
A Typical Day at Steelsmith Group
Captain’s day begins with a short walk around the block to review his game plan for the day and to mark his territory. He greets the rest of the staff in order to get a sense of the general office morale and to lick faces. After taking a 4 hour power-nap on the office roof deck to stay sharp, Captain eats lunch and finally gets to work chewing on his chicken-flavored bone while occasionally howling at passing fire engines.
What He Brings to the Table
Captain is occasionally described by colleagues as “Alpha” while networking with other less intelligent professionals at the local park. His always-positive attitude and uncontrollable jumping on people assures expert communication skills while developing the training skills of others. His determination and unmatched skills of eating a half a cup of dog food in under 5 seconds are only matched by his superior food negotiation techniques. Captain Steelsmith is a respected pillar of the Steelsmith Group Team.
In His Spare Time
When not attempting to master the art of the ever-changing Human Resource profession, Captain enjoys sitting, waiting, fetching over long distances, high-fives, rolling over and is trying to perfect his form while crawling. His talents don’t end there. Captain can also walk like a human, speak and enthusiastically weave between the legs of willing participants. He is thinking of becoming a model part time to help save for a boat and is frequently found walking Green Lake squirrel hunting.