Hello! Have some questions, sorry about the wall o text: Some info: Things I have not done: Had a vet take a look at them. Try to force feed. Bath. Handle (unless 100% needed, like to change water) Me: First time reptile owner. Yes I know Frilled Dragon may not be the best choice, but that is why I am making this post. Usually up at 6am - home at 5-6pm planned to do feeding and misting then. Frilled: ~7-8 Months Old NG Frilled Neck. Brought them home 7 days ago. 6-7 inches from nose to vent. Imgur Album: NG Frilled Dragon - Album on Imgur Enclosure: 24Wx26Hx14D (Inches) - ~33 Gallon Glass tank with enforced screen top. (Temp while growing - plan is to build a custom setup minimum 36Wx48Hx24D) Lighting: one 14 inch T5 ReptiSun Bulb. (14 Hour Cycle) Heating: 150 Watt Ceramic Heat Emitter. Fixtures and Layout: Imgur: The most awesome images on the Internet I have it covered on 3 sides by a blanket to help with stress / insulation. Temperatures: Day: 78 - 90 Night: 70 - 85 Basking: 100-110 Humidity: Area - stays about 60-80% where I live Enclosure - 60% most of the time, up to 70 - 80% when misted for about 3 hours (Misted twice daily) Food: Has been offered King Mealworms, Waxworms, and Crickets via feeding tongs - has not yet eaten. (Same diet and feeding method as the shop I got them from to help ease stress) Concerns/Questions: 1. While I have seen them drink - they have shown no interest in food. They have gone to the restroom 4 times since being brought home. Last time I saw them go to the restroom there was only a very small urate. (white part) I have also tried to do the "drop on the tip of the nose" trick to get them to eat/drink. No luck. How long before I need to be concerned? 2. While no foot traffic or other movement is visible - they will jump at the door, down to the bottom and glass surf for 1-2 minutes. Then head back to the basking area and do it all over again in cycles of about 10-20 minutes. Normal? 3. Slightly worried that they may be a bit dehydrated. (See pictures in link above) Are their eyes sunken at all? They didn't seem to be too bad though. 4. Is there anything I should be doing differently? Covering the front? Force Feeding? Weekly Baths? I do not have a poo sample so taking that to the vet is kinda out of the question. Thanks for any advice!