Dr. Connor Long is a veterinarian and long-time reptile keeper out of California. In this episode, we discuss how going through vet school changed the way Connor practices herpetoculture, including how to avoid one of the most common reasons for death in captive reptiles. Dr. Long also talks about an incredible arid bioactive setup he created for his leopard gecko. He tells us about the aspects of the build that worked as well as the aspects that failed. We wrap up the episode discussing his 25 year old ball python and how an equipment failure led to a life-threatening illness as well as a new enclosure design intended to prevent that from occurring in the future.

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