Thank you for waiting. It sounds like you are one of those rare beardie owners who tried to stay informed. Recent research indicates that what we once thought were adequate temperatures actually are too cold. For a beardie under a year of age, the basking area should be maintained at least 110*F, and as high as 125*F, for 12 to 14 hours during the day. Temperatures on the cool side should be 85*F to 90*F. The first thing I would do is increase the temperatures for this Puff.
You're on the right track with the baths. You can make them even better by adding unflavored Pedialyte (yes, the kind made for human infants). make the bath 1'2 warm water (100*F) and 1/2 Pedialyte, and soak for 20 to 30 minutes. Because Puff isn't eating well, he may be a bit dehydrated even with baths and misting. The Pedialyte can help with that.
After he has been warmer for several hours and has had at least one good Pedialyte soak, try feeding. If he still has little interest, you'll need to do something else to get some nourishment into him. buy some chicken baby food and mix in a little plain calcium powder. Then drop a small dollop of it right on the end of his snout. Most of the time they will lick it right off. You can feed him this way until he begins to eat on his own.
I hope Puff's problem is simply that he is a bit chilly. If that's the case, the above measures should solve the problem. However, if he isn't perkier and eating better within a couple of days, something else is wrong. It is possible that he is sick or has parasites. In that case, you'll need to see a reptile vet. If you don't know of one, this link will take you to a directory:http://www.anapsid.org/vets/index.html#vetlist
Also, sometimes baby dragons suffer from what is called failure to thrive. There is no known cause for it, but such babies have poor appetites and low energy. Sometimes they can be nursed through this period with baby food feeding, warm temperatures, and soaks. Other times, nothing seems to help. I do know of several who have patient owners, and after a couple of months of special care, they seemed to mature and outgrow that phase.
I'm also going to give you an excellent link on feeding. Some of our information on that has recently been updated, too.http://www.beautifuldragons.503xtreme.com/Nutrition.html
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