Help! Boa with mouth rot! Ok, so I just rescued a 7.5 foot Red Tail from a guy yesterday. His conditions were terrible (cold, no heat, small water, not handled properly). The whole tank was 67 degrees and like 8% humidity. I moved him into a 125 gallon tank with a large water dish, a hide, aspen bedding, and a few things to climb on. When I got him, the owner said he hadn't eaten in 2-3 months, so I opened the snakes mouth and he has a mild case of mouth rot. How can I treat this and get him to eat? I have a few other Red Tails but never had mouth rot so I don't know how to treat it. The humidity is 57%, 90 degrees basking area, and 74 on the cooler side. Any advice would be great. Thanks.