George Paw Patrol Children’s Slipper Recall [UK]

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UK/Basildon: George Paw Patrol Children's Slipper Recall [UK]Asda recalls all current batch/lots of George Paw Patrol Children’s Slippers due to suspected shoe heel detachment and consequential slip, fall and injury hazards. CTSI:

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The UK Chartered Trading Standards Institute (“CTSI”) reports the following Children’s Slippers are subject to this recall:

  • George Paw Patrol Children’s Slippers, all sizes. No EAN, UPC or other identifying codes are listed for this product.

Please consult the photograph above for details of the Slippers’ design and retail presentation.

According to the CTSI, Asda/George has recalled all sizes of the George Paw Patrol Children’s Slippers. The manufacturer has identified a small number of Slippers in which the heel is detaching from the body of the Slipper. This could create slip, fall and injury hazards for the wearer.

If you believe you have purchased or have in your possession any of the recalled Children’s Slippers, please do not let your child wear them. Instead, kindly return the product to the store where you purchased it for a full refund.

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Recalls Direct RIN: 7043-2016
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