To Search for Children’s Product Certificate (CPC), locate labels that are typically sewn into the rear/back of the plush animal. Find the label that indicates Purchase Order and Item Number. Click the link above to launch the CPC Database. Enter the Purchase Order number and then the Item Number to review the CPC safety test information. If you are having trouble locating the P.O. and Item numbers, click the link below for photo help on locating that information.
DOUGLAS TOYS & PET SAFETY – Douglas stuffed animals are Not intended as toys for Dogs or Cats or other household pets. Pets that play rough can tear out plastic eyes or rip open animals. Both the plastic eyes and stuffing inside can pose a potential health hazard for pets. When dogs and cats play with stuffed animals—even those marketed specifically for pets, it’s important to monitor the wear and tear on an ongoing basis to keep your pet healthy and safe. Click on the following hotlink to the American Humane Society to learn more about Pet Toy Safety: http://www.humanesociety.org/animals/dogs/tips/dog_toys.html
Dear Douglas Customer:
We are happy to share some information about the Douglas safety program.
Members of our management team make regular trips to our production factories to ensure that the quality and safety standards we require are in place. In this case, being a smaller company has its benefits. We have a strong relationship with a limited number of high quality factories. None of our items are made by subcontractors.
Scott T. Clarke, President 1-800-992-9002