I've had a rosy boa for a little over seven weeks now, and she hasn't eaten since I've gotten her. She's in a ten gallon tank with a screen lid, and she's on aspen bedding. The warm side of her tank has a night bulb as well as an under-the-tank-heater, and stays between 80 and 84 degrees. The cold side is approximately low 70's. The temp is measured with a digital thermometer. I got this girl as a newborn at 12inches long, and she'd supposedly eaten twice before I purchased her. Her colors were bright, as were her eyes, but over the last seven weeks that's changed dramatically. She refuses to eat, be it live, frozen, dangled, laid in the cage, laid in a separate container, dangled in a separate container, etc. I even tried feeding her smaller pieces of mouse pinkies in case a whole one was too large for her, but she's started to considerably lose weight. She also hasn't shed since I got her, and supposedly shed a couple of days before I bought her. This last week she's stopped moving other than quick trips to get water, and she's been living on the cool side of her tank. I'm really concerned that something is wrong with her, and the breeder has been absolutely no help. After a few weeks of trouble getting her to eat, he stopped contacting me all together, which is making me wonder if maybe she was sick to begin with. Is there something wrong husbandry wise, or is she quite possibly sick? This is my first snake, though I've helped care for my roommate's ball python for the last couple of years, and we never had problems like this.