International Coaching Week on February, 2025: When will mexico get a permanent coach?
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Before June, the fmf have said there's gonna be a new coach, so when Mexico will play against Belize, for the world cup qualifications, there should be one coach.
The possible candidates are quite a lot, Javier Aguirre has spoken with fmf leaders, other are Jesus Ramirez, the provisional coach, and there are the international coaches names like Scollari, Lippi, Bianchi and Pekerman.
But i would expect a surprise, it is always so with fmf and with Mexico in general.
Where can I get Coach bags in London?
There should be a coach store around somewhere, I heard there was one, I'm just not sure where..that or order it offline, I think they have international shipping.
Our 8 week old GSD is scared of people, What can we do?"
Achieving that starts with using only mentally-sound parents, is continued by owners choosing calm pups at 7-9 weeks old, and owners being in a training-club class (forget pet-shop play-groups) starting when Pup is 18-22 weeks old & staying until it is at least a yearling.
You don't say how you got Pup, nor when - we don't even know how old she is NOW.
Assuming you are still in the return-for-a-full-refund period, I recommend returning her, then patiently saving up until you can find a genuine GSD. And while waiting, learn a BETTER way to raise a pup.
I do NOT approve of crating for more than a few minutes, usually just to protect Pup from a visiting brat. A pup NEEDS to exercise its mind & its fast-growing bones-&-muscles every minute it is awake, neither of which can be done while it is locked in solitary confinement. Prolonged crating FORCES a pup to learn to mess in its nest.
If you keep her, immediately learn:
#1: Except to see a vet, Pup does NOT leave your property until at least 2 weeks after her first set of vaccinations (should be given at 8 weeks old, so she stays home until 10+ weeks old).
#2: Socialisation has NOTHING to do with playing with people & dogs.
It means acquainting your pup - from a distance SHE considers safe - with every movement, reflection, scent, sight, sound, texture in your area. Once it is a reasonable risk to take her off your property, it means finding busy places where dogs do NOT roam free, do NOT piddle-poo-vomit, and there allowing her to "explore in all directions at once" on the end of a 2m/6ft leash except when you must haul her away from scared people or dangerous/disgusting objects; it means standing still & silent whenever she needs to think about a "possibly dangerous new thing", letting her sit & think, or go behind you - wait until she decides to ignore or investigate that new thing then INSTANTLY praiseher for exploring. DO NOT CONSOLE OR IN ANY WAY REACT TO any unjustified fear she demonstrates - wait until SHE realises that she's ok.
#3: You have until she turns 13 weeks to do most of that, although you should continue until 16+ weeks old. MANY experiences can be provided at home - seeing herself in a big mirror, walking on plywood or polythene, going through a tunnel, jumping into a cardboard box to get some raw meat, hearing empty bottles land a few feet away from her. ALWAYS provide a new experience from a distance; get closer AFTER a proximity no longer bothers her.
#4: You do NOT want her friends with every human & dog - her focus should be on YOU, plus the humans & creatures in your household. She should take her cue from your mood re ignoring particular people or pooches, or warning them to stay away.
#5: Only in a proper training-club class will you achieve both (a) personal coaching to improve your techniques, and (b) Pup learning to pay attention regardless of what other people & dogs are doing.
#6: CUT BACK ON VISITORS - let her get used to YOU and the other "kidnappers" in your household. How would YOU feel if your kidnapper brought strangers to pick you up, kiss you, cuddle you....
#7: Focus on
(a) learning her timing & signals for "Wanna go toilet" and "Wanna BITE something" - and immediately take the appropriate action;
(b) being attractive so she always willingly Comes when you call, and Brings to you whatever is in her mouth. (If what she brings is forbidden, swap for an allowed toy & play excitedly with the toy to make it precious to her.)
#8: Pup should NOT be jumping from heights - not until skeleton & ligaments have firmed up. High equipment is NOT allowed before 15-18 months in Agility and SchutzHund.
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Les P, owner of GSD_Friendly:
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