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March 31, 2011

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Vishal Gajjar

I had used stainless still bowl because plastic bowls some time broken and crack..

thanks

Ria

Yes, I also use stainless steel bowls eversince..

Plastic Scrap Guy

While I don't get the chance to bring my skye terrier to work, I've always been a fan of stainless steel bowls for him. I never understood why people bought plastic bowls or anything plastic for dogs in the first place. Plastics are so easily chewed on and damaged. Anyway, thanks for the post!

Chantal Plamondon

Hello,

Thank you for your comment. The tiffins that are featured in our blog post are made of high quality stainless steel. We do not recommend using aluminum as an alternative to plastic products. Aluminum is less stable and could chemically interfere with water or food stored in such containers. Have you ever noticed how aluminum foil will sometimes disintegrate in contact with acidic products such as tomato sauce.

- Chantal
LifeWithoutPlastic.com

Husky

I'm bringing my aluminum water bottle to work. I've almost got passed the tin taste :) Might as well do it for the dogs!

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