Our innovative patented design permanently attaching the pacifier to the plush animal, prevents the pacifier from being lost, dropped or even forgotten! Designed to keep the pacifier close to your baby without using cords or clips. The soothie pacifier is made of medical grade silicone-perfect for latex allergy sufferers. The soft plush toy brings soothing comfort and security. It is baby safe and independently tested, and meets all safety requirements.
what parents are saying
My daughter loves her paci. The critter attached makes it easy to find. I wish the animal would detach from the paci for easier cleaning. (Dec 29, 2017)
Our little man LOVES his wubbanub! I would buy a few and see which works best for your babe—the animals are different sizes, and some of the bigger animals fall out more easily. Our fave is giraffe!
Oct 01, 2018
My son loves the plush animal (we have the moose), but he doesn't use the pacifier part yet. Only problem is, it frequently falls to the floor and hard to clean without getting plush wet too
May 02, 2018
Both of my kids were obsessed with their WubbaNub pacifiers. I've already put several on my list for our third. We even gave these as gifts to our parents when we told them about our first pregnancy!
Apr 27, 2018
I love that the little stuffed toy makes it easy to find and hard for baby to drop, but I wish the pacifier was removable so that I could wash and sterilize it. Other brands have that option.
Feb 14, 2018
Have this in the lion and my LO loves it. He latched immediately to the pacificer and the Lion keeps him in place and give shim something to grab.Only downside is will probably have to wash often
Nov 16, 2017
I did not want to believe in the hype of a $10 + pacifier but these really are great. My daughter took to the soothies prior so I knew she would to this. I love to see her hold onto the animal as well
Nov 07, 2017
I love the WubbaNub Pacifiers because they are easy to find (constantly losing other small pacifiers), baby enjoys snuggling the plush, and our newborn can grab the pacifier to bring to her mouth
Oct 18, 2017
A complete lifesaver when our son was first born. A lose pacifier would roll off of him and was lost for the night lol. This had enough weight to stay on his chest. Now he loves to snuggle it.
Sep 26, 2017