I have a common boa that is just one year old and is 7 feet long and about 30-35 lbs, she is active and seems very healthy. I feed her one large rat every 7-10 days, occasionally I push that to 14 days depending on where I am or if she is shedding. I am wondering if I am overfeeding her because she is growing very fast? She does get very active and seems to be hungry around the 7-10 day mark so I thought I have not been overfeeding her. Is she just going to big a big girl and is this unusual? She is in a 6 foot tank and will be getting an 8 foot front opening boaphile soon because I can no longer comfortably lift her up out of her tank and she is bulky and it probably doesn't feel so good for me to pick her up and out. Any information is appreciated, she is my first and only snake and I would like to have her as long as possible so I don't want to be overfeeding her and reducing her lifespan.