This was my first really little baby snake, which I got about 2 months ago now. At first everything was awesome, eating & feeding like a pro. Then 3 weeks ago (sometime while I was away, but the pet sitter doesn't know when) he regurgitated. I contacted the seller you recommended I ship the next meal to let stomach acid return to usual then my little guy ate perfectly again the following feeding attempt. Tonight he did not take his meal but I left it in to see if he'll eat it in the dark/quiet. Then about a week ago I noticed his shed still 3/4 on him and not sitting away from the skin like it does when they are mid shed. The next day I checked back and it had not changed so I gave him a bath, which didn't seem to change anything. And now it appears that his skin all over (freshly shed part and part with shed attached) is wrinkly like an old person (not dry but like saggy wrinkly). I spoke with another breeder and she has never had a corn snake thrive with this "old person" skin before. I am really worried about him now. I have double checked temps and they are right. When he regurged, it could have been since I think the pet sitter bumped the plug in, since it was cool on both sides when I got home a couple weeks back. And yes I'm getting a new pet sitter for next time. Has anyone dealt with the old person skin on a corn before? Especially anyone who is really big into corn snakes. Do we know what is it? What caused it and what can help to correct it (if possible). Every bit of help is appreciate.