Monday, January 21, 2013

Mischief Monday: Deworming and Spam

Say what? I'd never thought I'd discuss about dog deworming and Google's comment spam in a single post. Anyway, let us begin!


I recently had this pop-up educating me on the world of Comment SPAM. Long story short, I was finally able to go to my spam inbox and guess who's on the list...

Ugh! The nerve! No wonder I've been missing out on some great comments because Google decided it was spam! 

Worry not, dear bloggy friends! I have un-spammed all of you. LOL. It seems that the dogs need not do any mischief this week. Google has wrapped it up for them.


A reader recently emailed me regarding my post on dog deworming... and he was asking for help on what kind of deworming medicine will work best as a preventative measure.

Since I live in the Philippines, I am pretty sure that the one I am using isn't sold in the US. However, just in case you guys are wondering what it is... it's called Albendazole Microzole. This is what my vet uses and what he recommended for us to use.


Since this reader is in the US, I am unable to help him out. I was hoping that you guys could recommend a deworming medicine for him by sharing it through your comments. I would truly appreciate your help on this.

Thanks in advance.

Snoopy's Dog Blog


  1. Glad you managed to sort out the spam thingie. We use Drontal for de-worming but not sure if you can get that in the states. Think you can. Have a marvelous Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

  2. Whhhaaa? WE ended up in Spam? :( Glad we've been *de-spammed*. Hee hee.

    Our vets usually use Drontal by Bayer for deworming of our cats and dogs...

  3. Hey, we see some friends there in your spam folder! Glad you managed to find those, and de-spam them. :)

  4. Oh, we better check that spam - thanks!

    Keep Calm & Bark On

    Murphy & Stanley

  5. Well crap. As soon as I saw this post, I popped over to my own blog and checked the spam. Sure enough, a couple of my friends were holed up there. Thanks for the reminder. :)

  6. Oh! I hope my friends aren't being shoved in that Spam folder! :)

    Thanks for letting us know! :)


  7. We have a de-worming this month too. We use Drontal for ours.
    Dip Bridge and Elliot x

  8. It's so hard to keep up with all the things that the bloggy world throws at you. Way to give us the heads up. Thanks!

  9. I have to laugh... I had the same thing happen with wordpress...a number of good blogging friends were sent to spam detention :( Now i know enough to check the spam list every day so it doesn't happen again

  10. oh we HATE that silly spam filter *sigh* - we keep forgetting to tell mom to check ours too!

  11. We're SPAM....the nerve! Actually, we found the same thing happened to us a couple months back. We found that some comments destined for our blog ended up in SPAM, so we check it frequently. Hasn't happened again...go figure.

    XXXoOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  12. I take a heartworm pill once a month that covers some intestinal worms. It's called Iverhart Maxx

  13. You're right Google has been up to mischief - I haven't even trained them!!

    I often find my friends in my spam folder, so I try to check it quite often….

    Glad you were able to fish them out,

    I hope you're having a fun day,

    Your pal Snoopy :)

  14. We haven't had worms so we are sorry we can't help. But we think they are gross!

  15. How rude!! Keeping your furiends hostage like that!
    Wally & Sammy

  16. The lesson is to always check spam!!! lol We get Austin's worming pill from the vet, so no idea what it is!

  17. Laughed about the spam. Google is up to mischief more often than not, if you ask me!

  18. BOL. It'z uzually'z me that end'z up in the Spam :) Wez the same az Molly..Drontal :) Have a wonderful'z Spam free Tuezday xx00xx

    Mollie and Alfie

  19. Oh, it's so annoying when you find comments in spam! (Just like finding emails in spam!) I hope you can find a fix so it doesn't happen again.

  20. Well we are off to check our spam box! We missed you!


  21. We use Ivermectin but there is some controversy on it. I would reccomend that the reader ask a vet. Our vet gave us the doasge info for ivermectin but we have to be very careful because the dosage has to be exactly correct or it could be harmful. It is simpler to just give them (I think it is called) Heart Gaurd. But only the vet sells it.

    Hope that helps! Google can be a pain...


  22. we never know what is happening with the spam stuff. its all getting so confusing,


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