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Animals at Home Network

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Exploring ethical captive management of reptiles & amphibians through the lens of biological science, conservation, and human nature. The Animals at Home Network is a herpetoculture-based podcast network that hosts: Animals at Home Podcast by Dillon Perron, Project Herpetoculture by Phillip Lietz and Roy Arthur Blodgett, Reptiles & Research Podcast by Liam Sinclair and Ellie Hills, and Animals Eve... more

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In this episode, Phil and Roy welcome Dean Missimer of Feed My Chameleon LLC to the show! We hear about his origins in herpetoculture, what inspired him to begin breeding grasshoppers, reptile nutrition, and a whole lot more. Dean is a pioneer in the... more

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4 days ago

Brandon van Asten is the owner and founder of Canadian Coldblood, a reptile breeding operation based out of Ontario, Canada. Brandon is the most prolific tree monitor breeder in the world and currently working with all six common tree monitor species... more

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This week's episode is a Round Table Discussion focused on the Leopard Gecko cohabiting controversy sparked by Adam Wickens of Wickens Wicked Reptiles a few weeks ago. We are joined by Adam Wickens, Liam Sinclair of Reptiles & Research and Ellie Hill... more

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13 days ago

Nate Hawks is a scientific illustrator and zoo exhibit designer. In this episode, we discuss animal-related career options that fall outside of the typical science-related choices (biologist, zoo keeper, vet, etc.). Nate tells us how he successfully ... more

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16 days ago

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4.9 out of 5 stars from 377 ratings
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    Love the podcast

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Speedyboy556
    Canada9 months ago
  • Love it!

    New subscriber on YouTube here. I keep a red bearded dragon named Cheeto, a BCI rescue named Oscar and a baby blood python named TypO. I love watching the YouTube videos. I’ve learned a lot and will continue to try to give the best care to my animals. It’s a great channel/podcast wich brings people from the community together. more

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    5
    KD4745
    United States10 months ago
  • Great podcast

    This podcast is great- I think the best reptile one out there. I love how the focus is improving husbandry and conservation. It has definitely leveled up the habitats I create for my group! I know they all appreciate that I listen to it!!

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Teerig
    Canada10 months ago
  • March 24,2023

    You’re on point! Once the animal is taken from the wild it’s no longer that same animal. The behavior and instincts change. For example. Usually when you take a wild species of animal and handle them consistently they eventually see you as a non-threat and tolerate you. If you take the same species and let’s say if you could find that exact same animal later on it would behave the exact same way it did the first time it came in contact with you. Trying to escape or defend itself! Or what have yo... more

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    themonitorman
    United Statesa year ago
  • Fantastic!

    Love the podcast! Great topics, great questions and great guests! Very well done

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    The Hermit Guy
    Canadaa year ago

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