I have an 8 month female Granite Burmese Python, and she's usually very docile, but at times she gets extremely aggressive and mistakes EVERYTHING for food. I feed her a small rat every week, about to move up to mediums. Her temps are correct and she's on forest bark substrate. She's extremely healthy and all, she just tends to get overly excited about feeding. I dont feed her in her enclosure, but in a cardboard box. I feed her prekilled rats, not live or frozen. Im not worried about being bitten, it doesnt bother me in the least, but I'm worried she'll end up hurting herself, by striking the side of her enclosure or snagging her teeth on something. Is there anything I can do to calm her down?