We recently featured our clients ZeroStone Investigations and their new investment, Stone: a 12 week old German Shepherd.
To introduce Stone to a new environment we invited Mike, Matt & Stone to visit us at our Blenheim WK offices. Stone rode in the lift and he and Matt spent some time getting used to the stairs.
Following the more serious side of his training, Stone met many of our WK people, creating a really favourable impression. He is pictured to the right with WK Advisors: Emma Pilcher, Adrienn Szalma-Davis and Katie Forde, all of whom had been eagerly awaiting Stone’s visit.
When talking with Matt and Mike about the journey Stone is taking to become a fully-fledged drug sniffing dog for their business, we found out that the training process may take up to twelve months. Matt says it is a very intensive time but one that they are confident will be successful.
Matt’s background as a dog handler for the Police Force provides him with all the necessary skills needed to ensure Stone becomes a valuable asset for ZeroStone.
Greg Newman who helps ZeroStone Investigations with advisory and accounting suggested that we continue to follow Stone’s progress and we will provide an update in a few months.
“I expect that Stone will have filled out by then and perhaps be a little less cute, he is a working dog after all” he says.
Find out more about ZeroStone Investigations here.