Hello, I adopted this BCC rather recently (December 4, 2017). She's the sweetest snake ever, no issues with aggression at all. When we first got her home I noticed a scar on the tip of her snout, it went away completely after 2 sheds. Today during feeding, I noticed that area was a little bloody and raw. She gets a lot of out time, and her husbandry is okay. I just don't understand why she's doing it. Husbandry Info: Her enclosure now is not too small (4 x 2 x 2), though she is getting an upgrade here soon since she is still growing. She's not quite full grown. Humidity is typically between 63-65. Warm side is typically in the mid 80s with a 94 hot spot while the cool end is in the low 70s. I use an UTH, and her enclosure is a xlarge sweater box. The plastic itself isn't very clear so I don't see her being able to see outside of it too well to want to get out. She doesn't have mites or an RI, but I'm keeping an eye on her just in case. She's not currently shedding, and feeds on her regular schedule (once a week). What can I do to stop this behavior? Or even prevent it. I feel bad that her nose is so raw. What can I put on it to help it heal? Will neosporrin work fine? Also, is this fairly common?? Any help will be greatly appreciated! •First photo is from today •Second photo is of the scar a day after bringing her home, she shed at the end of that following week.