Hiya, I just adopted a western hognose from a family that was moving and could not take the snake. I received the entire enclosure, yet made some changes. I put in sand substrate to try and imitate their natural habitat (I usually feed my snakes in a separate container so risk of compaction is virtually gone) I have two hides, one I need to do better with and the other seems fine. water bowl, I like having plants in there so theres a plant, also in the back corner, to half of the middle tank I also put in douglas fir, so he could have some extra burrowing space on top of the sand. he also is in a 10 gal tank. I can't afford it right now, but eventually I'll get a set of thermometers too. hopefully this is enough for now now there are some questions I do have: is that set up good enough for now? (I know theres always room for improvement later on) the former owners found him during one of their family walks, and have had him or her =( for a year and he is less than a foot long. he told me that due to other obligations and pets, the snake was neglected from time to time. is that a normal size for this type of snake at over a year and some months? I understand that I only need to feed him once a week or so till he gets bigger, will that change? or can I keep him on a feeding schedule as with by ball pythons? any other recomendations?