Post last updated: June 23rd, 2019

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I bought three of these glass bowls at a garage sale to use as pet food bowls. Notice the pretty gardening design in the glass.

Why spend $2 or more to buy a PLASTIC pet food bowl when you can easily find glass bowls at garage sales for 25 cents each? Our beloved pets have no more business eating out of plastic than we do. Plastics are endocrine disruptors with chemicals resembling hormones that interfere with normal hormonal processes. One of the best articles on this subject, A Clear & Plastic Danger appeared in the September 2008 issue of Natural Solutions Magazine and is online here.


10 thoughts on “FRUGAL PET FOOD BOWLS”

  1. Very pretty. Da Lovely Lucy eats/drinks out of a set of bowls I received as a wedding gift (many moons ago) that I never could figure out what purpose they served.

  2. I always fed my dogs out of stainless steel bowls. Not nearly as cute as your glass dishes! The article you linked was sobering, though I had already heard much of it. I am sure that pesticides, plastic, and many other modern chemicals, when combined together in our daily lives, create a toxic environment.

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