If any of you have to give syringe antibiotics in the future this is a little video I had my husband record tonight while I was doing Quinn's medicine. We kind of rushed through the actual medicine giving part, as we have to with our huffy little dude, but I basically just put the end of the syringe up to his lip and wait for a moment to squirt it in when he opens his mouth. (Squirt at an angle, not down the back of their throats choking/gagging them!) If he won't open, I'll squirt a little onto his lips and wait for him to open his mouth to lick it and then give him the full syringe. The towel method really helps me because of my allergy to his quills and because it immobilizes his head and paws for the most part. If I'm doing it wrong, let me know, but this works for me and he's not getting too hurt or traumatized!