So to give a rabbit medication they have a gap between the front incisor teeth and the molar teeth behind called the diastema which is about a centimeter to a centimeter and a half long and we put the syringe into that gap. Not the whole lot at once because if we do that what they’re going to do is spit most of it out, so we put in just enough in their mouth they can swallow and we keep going until we’ve finished the syringe. We’re very patient about this and yes, you usually need someone holding them just like you’re seeing in the picture as well. So we’re going to wiggle that in behind the front teeth, here’s the gap. Just keep the head up a little bit, put a bit in, wait for the swallowing. You can see we’re swallowing now, and I’m going to do it again. Wiggle in again, they’re very tolerant if you take it carefully and peacefully. OK, you need a well… a rabbit who’s OK with people. But most of the time it’s as easy as this if you’re not forcing it down their throat, and you let them swallow between each mouthful, if you like, and we’re just about finished now. Last and I’m putting it if you see on the tongue almost, but I’m wiggling it into the the gap between the teeth that’s naturally there, and that was quite easy. Dose done.