Hundreds of thousands of popular pacifier holders have been recalled. They were sold at all of the major brand name stores and could cause a choking hazard. There is a warning for parents who use Dr. Brown's Lovey pacifier and teething holders. The company says that the stuffed animal holders that feature ribbons could be unsafe. These holders have ribbons that can break and potentially be a choking hazard. They are recalling a whopping 590,000 of them. Although there have not been any reports of injuries, there have been sixty seven reports of the ribbons fraying or snapping.

There are several types of holders being recalled including giraffes, zebras, turtles, deer, reindeer, bunnies, and frogs.

To see product numbers and the actual animal holders visit the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission website.

According to Today.com, they were sold at Bed Bath and Beyond, Kmart, Walmart, Amazon, Target, Toys 'R Us and Babies 'R Us between August 2015 through August 2018.

If you have one of the recalled pacifier holders you are urged to contact the Dr. Brown's website for information on a replacement.