I got my female baby ball python a month ago. She has been to a herp vet, is super healthy, extremely active & never shows signs of aggression or anxiety. She's rarely in her hide, she's usually basking or wandering her tank. She is a perfect little girl, but she WON'T EAT. The breeder was feeding her once a week, frozen rats, pup size. I have tried everything the breeder & vet have told me (their advice has been vague & unhelpful, mostly to make sure the rat is warm, to feed her at night by dangling it in front of her head & to not handle her the day before feeding). I've looked online & haven't found much else, other than much debate over feeding in or out of the tank (I've tried both). She just acts curious towards the rat, starts tasting & investigates it, but then she just moves on. I am uncomfortable feeding her live rats this young because she is still so small & live rats fight back enough to do damage to a baby ball. Both the breeder & the vet said not to panic yet, but she is only 4 months old & hasn't eaten in almost 5 weeks! Any advice? Thank you in advance for your time, everyone.