Hi all, I'm fish sitting for a co-worker and he has a dragon scale male that is kept in less than ideal conditions. He was in a very small glass container (probably 1/4 gallon) and someone brought in a gallon tank so that I could move him. See picture of his old tank. During the move, I think I made too much noise with his rocks because ever since then he has been very lethargic, not eating, draping over his rocks and when he does swim it's very jerky and stuttery. He does come up for air every now and then, but then goes back to trying to hide. He had been fine up until the move. This was two weeks ago and he's still hanging in. Please don't ask what the water prams are because I don't have a test kit here. I do a partial water change weekly (1/2+) and do not leave any uneaten food in his tank. His owner has been traveling, but has been back in the office as well, but the fish has been at my desk now for a month. Yes, this is at the office. The owner did say that the fish is approximately three years old and he has had periods of not eating. The only thing that I can think of is the loud noises that occurred during the tank switch. Unfortunately I tried to be gentle when placing the rocks, but it still sounded so loud against the glass. Yes, I know I shouldn't have added him before the rocks, but hindsight and all that. Could this have affected his behavior and if so, will he recover from that?