A few months ago I rescued an adult female hog island boa. She is about 5 years old and eats likes champ, but there's two things that just don't seem right.. 1. She is wrinkly. I imagine this is probably something as simple as dehydration. Obviously the guy who owned her before me never let her have the luxury of water I've been soaking her in my bathtub regularly, as well as have a huge water bowl in her enclosure. She's in a lot better shape now, but the wrinkles are still pronounced especially around her head in the neck area. I've also been using baby oil - seems to be a temporary fix, sometimes. 2. Her eyes are so tiny! They aren't big and round as a normal snake's are. The skin/scales around them almost looks as if there's a colony of mites living in there. She is mite-free, though. Feedback?