Dolls sold at Pottery Barn Kids are being recalled due to potential strangulation hazards.  Loops in the hair can stretch to fit around a child's head and neck.

Dolls sold at Pottery Barn are being recalled due to potential hazards.

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced this recall of the Chloe, Sophie and Audrey soft dolls sold at Pottery Barns in the U.S. and Canada.

81,000 units in the U.S. and 1,300 units in Canada are being recalled for potenital strangulation hazards to children.  The hair on the dolls contain loops which are large enough to fit around the neck and head of a child, and the headband on the Audrey doll can also be loosened to fit around a child's head and neck.

Picture of recalled CHLOE doll
Picture of hair loop on recalled CHLOE doll
Picture of recalled SOPHIE doll
Picture of hair loop on recalled SOPHIE doll
Picture of recalled AUDREY doll
Picture of hair loop on recalled AUDREY doll

If your child has this doll, take the doll away immediately and cut all the loops in the doll's hair and remove Audrey's headband.  You can also contact Pottery Barn Kids for further information.

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