If you have a Dr. Brown’s pacifier or teether holder in your home you'll want to check to see if it’s part of a recall that is affecting 600,000 baby products.
The company announced the recall on Thursday after a choking hazard was found. The pacifiers and teether holders look like animals and have a snap that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission says, “can detach from the pacifier ribbon, posing a choking hazard for young children.”
The holders have been recalled in the U.S. and Canada, if you have this product Dr. Brown’s is encouraging parents to return the product to the company’s distributor, Handi-Craft for a replacement product. Dr. Brown’s has reported that there are 67 reports of the snap coming off, however there has no reports of injuries. The company says they are "committed to making this right."
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