I am new to the forum and i joined because I have concerns about my Western Hognose Snake. I have owned my Western Hognose snake for 6 years, and got him when he was just a baby. I am saying "he" because he is very small in size, and for Hognoses males a usually much smaller. He hasn't been eating for the last two monthes, and he has done so in the last couple years fasting for a few monthes, but usually he does it in the spring this time he started in the fall, and hasn't eaten yet, i have tried many times giving him frozen fuzzies and even tried pinkies, but he just seems about as uninterested as it gets. He also spends a lot of time in his water bowl, although he does that often, and than later in the day starts to go around the cage for a few hours trying to break out of the cage, often just trying to dig through the glass. I hope that someone can give me some advice? Other Advice: The enclosure size is about 30 inches tall, 12 inches deep, and 12 inches high. The substrate is Aspen shavings. The lighting is regular light and on one side of the cage, i try to keep one side around 85-90degrees, while the other is around 70ish I have always fed him frozen pinkies and than moved to fuzzies, and have never had a problem feeding him frozen unless he was in a state were he didn't want to feed, but he hasn't behaved as strange as he has lately.