I don't like giving shots sub-Q. The only thing I've ever tried to give sub-Q was vaccines to my then 4 week old twin doelings. I tried to give it over thier shoulder like you would a cat or dog. Well, not only was it a horrendous struggle; I had to inject part of the vaccine in one side, then the goat would struggle loose and I would have to re-inject the rest on the other shoulder causing two injection sites per goat, But they also screamed bloody murder!! They hardly flinch when I give IM shots! Cadee had an oblong injection site lump for a long time and even lost hair over the area a week or so after I gave it. But, as I said, that was last august when they were 4 weeks old. Now they are 10 months old. And they still have small injection site bumps. Yes, they did decrease majorly overtime to this small, pea size, but shouldn't they be gone by now? Is there something I can do to accelerate thier dissapearing?