Irina Azina

Dog Trainer and Behaviorist,  

Veterinary Dermatologist



Dog Science Club member



Irina Azina is a veterinary specialist with over 15 years of experience working in Moscow and Latvia. Her expertise lies in understanding the dynamics between people and their dogs, solving behavior problems, training helpful habits, and adapting dogs to new families while ensuring their behavioral and physical health. With a medical background and a penchant for learning, Irina regularly attends veterinary and behavioral conferences to keep her knowledge up to date. Currently, she is pursuing her studies at the final level of the International Dog Trainer School (Nordic Dog Trainers) and is a certified PDTE Friend.

The Largest Part of the Body: How Skin and Coat Condition Influence Behavior

Irina Azina's presentation will focus on the significance of maintaining healthy skin and coat in dogs. As the largest organ of a dog, the condition of their skin directly affects their overall well-being, behavior, and happiness. During her talk, Irina will cover how to evaluate the condition of a dog's skin and coat, common skin and coat diseases, and prevention and treatment methods. The presentation will benefit dog owners, veterinary specialists, and all those who prioritize the health and well-being of their pets.