hello my name is bill and just a couple days ago I acquired a mistreated Asian water monitor. I am an experienced keeper, I’ve kept pythons, iguanas and all sorts of geckos. Nothing on the scale of a water monitor but motherless I know the ins and outs of herping. However these monitors are the next level for me. I have a 11inch baby water monitor who is very skinny and most likely stressed out. I got her from an expo near me and I felt bad and thought I could nourished her back to good health. I have read up plenty on these animals and I know what I’m doing for the most part I just would love to hear from a more experienced person to make sure I’m doing everything right. She is currently in a 40 gal breeder with the back covered and 2 hides. The substrate is mulchy so it holds humity good and I covered 90% of the screen top to ensure the humity stays in, I mist the cage at least 4 times a day to keep it high. The hot spot is around 120 and the high side is around 90 and low is around 80. My issue is that she will not eat no matter what I give her and she is thin. I’m very afraid to see her die I want to do everything in my power to bring her back to good health without having to see a vet. I have offered eggs, pinkies, crickets, roaches and as a last resort dog food. She just doesn’t want to eat even though I believe I provided the proper conditions to establish an appetite. She really just wants to hide all day. Keep in mind she has only been in this enclosure 2 days so I’m sure she is still stressed but she is also thin and I’m not sure how much longer she could go with out eating. I know this was long but hopefully I provided enough information in this post so I don’t get too many questions about her and the enclosure and I get quick and detailed advice. I included a picture for accuracy. Thank you so much!