Sorry for this boring post...this is not the most interesting topic, but...since I've suggested pea-meds-on-bread a few times, I just thought I'd briefly report about my recent experience. I've had success with this method before, but this time was a bit of a trial. I started with Peggy's meds on the small pieces of bread he likes (organic sprouted wheat - OK he's spoiled). This is how many of these niblets it took to soak up 3ml Safeguard and 0.7ml Corid, left overnight to dry: This worked for 2 days, but by day 3 he figured out that something wasn't right with his snack and it was an ordeal to get him to eat it all. So, I switched to another one of his favorites, "Golden Round" crackers. They have a conveniently flaky middle space to hold the meds, also allowed to dry overnight: It only took him until day 2 of the crackers to know something was amiss, and I had a hard time getting him to get his day 5 meds down. For anyone thinking about this method, I'd recommend alternating the food you use every day - if you can come up with 5 different foods, that would probably be the most effective. Dull but...I hope this is helpful to someone! If there was a little-snoring-guy emoticon I'd put it in here.