Hi everyone. We recently got a RTB that has been described as having "failed to thrive." We were fully aware of this fact when we purchased her, but felt she would die if she stayed at the pet store. We know that she was taken to the vet for not shedding properly and was given a few shots of antibiotics, but no definitive diagnosis. They also told us that she didn't eat for a few weeks. When we got her home we found that she had mites and have done everything we can to get rid of them. We haven't seen any mites in a few days, so everything looks okay on that front for right now. We did her first feeding today and everything appeared to go well. She struck at the mouse and spit it out, but eventually ate it. I have a few concerns and am trying to figure out how to get her back to full health and maybe catch her up to where she should be. We were told that while she is eating (and we know she is because she ate today), she likes to eat the mouse from the side (and that's what she did today). Is there any way to get her to eat the mouse from the head or will it not make much of a difference if she continues doing what she's doing? Our biggest concern is that she came in to the pet store in January but is incredibly small. We know that she's lost weight because of her time being ill, but I'm not entirely positive just how far behind she is. She's about 20in and weighs around 48g. In comparison, the healthy snakes that came in around the same time are about a foot longer than her and 100g heavier. Is there anything we can do to get her up to speed or does anyone have any general care tips for a snake that failed to thrive? She's currently set up in an aquarium with 2 hides, a large water dish, and a large branch. Her tank is around 91 degrees in her basking spot and around 80 on the cool side. We're using an UTH on the right side of the tank and a heat lamp above. We keep the lamp on for about 14 hours a day currently and the temp only drops to around 78 on the cool side at night. Living in CO, we were having a difficult time keeping the humidity above 40% even with misting regularly, but with the addition of moss we were able to get it around 55-65%. I'll post a picture of her when I can.