Our older GSD Jax tends to get ear infections in his right ear (3rd one and he's 5). This time around the vet put him on a 14 day antibiotic and ear drops. The ear drops are no problem, the capsules of the antibiotic are. Jax is too smart for his own good...we're talking about a dog so smart that he trained himself to be my physical assistance dog by the time he was a year old. Jax knows three languages....we started out only speaking to him in german, but he learned english, so we switched to pig latin; he figured that one out too. Anyhow, he's SMART. He had 14 days total to take this antibiotic. Day one - wrapped it in softened cheese. Day two - Jax figured out that every time he got a piece of cheese it gave him a bit of a tummy ache, so he started taking the ball of cheese, but eating carefully and spitting out the capsule. Day three - Switched to the dog treats made to slip a capsule in for the morning dose. Evening dose, Jax ate the treat, spit out the capsule. Day four - Switched to raw hamburger made into a meatball. Evening dose time, Jax ate around the capsule. Day five - Switched to chunks of hot dog, same result. Jax is very well behaved, but he will not allow us to force it into his mouth. Pill "shooter" doesn't work either. Any other ideas?