Okay, so I've been keeping reptiles and amphibians for a little over five years and have kept a variety of species. I've dealt with mites (from imports), and respiratory infections (from the mites), and animals with slow metabolisms (eating once a month or so - Candoia). I've also dealt with mice, rat, asf, snail, gecko, quail, cricket, and chick only feeders. From animals that require high humidity (atbs, gtps, sibon) to animals with low humidity needs.
My male JCP, the first snake I ever bought, has recently gone off feed (50+ days and counting). This is the first time this has happened. Normally (the last 4+ years) my JCP eats anything - rats, asf, quail, mice, chicks. Nothing significant has changed - other than the temps dropping a couple degrees which I've tried to counteract by adding a space heater (which raised the temp back up). The temps aren't in the 90's, but mid 80's during the day and mid 70's at night. There are no health issues with him (mites, respiratory, otherwise).
So, aside from just going off-feed because of winter, does anyone have any other ideas?
And, best method to get him feeding again? Should I just keep trying to raise the temps to get a hotspot of 92?
Thanks for the help!!!!!