FAQs

Can I use your oils topically?
Sure can! When applied topically, Austin and Kat CBD oils can help with burns and other discomfort, as well as aiding your body in healing cuts, scrapes, rashes, infections, and even blemishes.
Can my pet take CBD daily?
Yes, the "bites" and oils are safe, non-toxic and provide a complement to your pets already healthy diet.

How much CBD do I give my pet?
Every pet is different, but here’s a good starting point: 1-2mg of CBD for every 10 lbs of body weight Results may last between 4 - 8 hours.  With some pets, one serving a day will suffice, while others may...
How often should I serve CBD to my dog?
Another question I get all the time is “How often should I give CBD to my dog?” Pets will start to experience the beneficial effects of CBD 15-45 minutes after ingestion, depending on metabolism and other factors (an empty tummy...
When should I see a difference?
If you don't notice any changes within an hour, try giving your pet another half serving (and if your pet is particularly anxious or active, try giving a little bit more)—and understand it may take a few days to recognize...
How do I use the "bites?"
Our "bites" come in packages with either 2mg, 5mg, or 10mg of CBD in each.We recommend serving the "bites" on an empty stomach and wait to serve a meal for at least 30 minutes.  Many dogs enjoy their biscuits before...
How do I use the oils?
CBD oils are administered orally by placing drops under the tongue. If your pet wants to take it some other way, you can also let your pet lick from a small plate or bowl, or just sprinkle it on top...
Will adding CBD oil to my pet’s food affect its absorption?
CBD is best when taken alone or with a small amount of food. Our customers have noticed that mixing our oils into food might slow down its absorption, but that doesn’t mean it will affect its benefits. Taken orally, CBD...
And your guaranteed analysis? Where’s that?
Austin and Kat is classified as a dosage form product by the FDA—not a food—so guaranteed analysis doesn’t apply.
My pet won’t eat hemp bites — what should I do?
A picky poodle, huh? A finicky foxhound? Try crumbling the "bites" and soaking them in either warm water or some onion-free, sodium-free broth. You can also crumble them up and mix them in with your pet’s food (or even a little...