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Austin and Kat CBD Wellness Pet Products Adds Distributor UPP to Lineup




(PRESS RELEASE) Seattle based company Austin and Kat, purveyor of CBD wellness biscuits and oils for pets, recently penned a distribution agreement with United Pacific Pet in an answer to growing demand for their CBD wellness pet products.

“Demand for our biscuits and oils has skyrocketed, and we needed a way to keep up,” says Kat. “We’re excited to be working with UPP to provide our stores with a seamless order and fulfillment process, alongside some of the very best customer service in the industry.”

United Pacific Pet, or UPP for short, is an independently owned and operated pet product distributor serving California, Nevada, Arizona, and Hawaii. “Extending our distribution to the west coast allows us to ultimately meet and help more pets – and their owners,” says Kat.

Austin and Kat began in Kat’s home kitchen in 2014, as a way to assist her aging dog Brady into his golden years with the help of a naturally occurring component of hemp called cannabidiol (CBD). It soon grew into a full-fledged product line of dog biscuits (offered in both 5mg and 2mg sizes) that are infused with full spectrum CBD, coconut oil, oats, apples, peanut butter, cinnamon and tumeric. Most recently added to their product lineup are Austin and Kat CBD hemp oils. With naturally occurring full spectrum CBD, wild Alaskan salmon oil and hemp seed oil, they are useful supplements for those pets who may have difficulty consuming the biscuits, or for cats. Oils are offered in 100mg bottles (for dogs and cats) and 300mg bottles (for dogs).

Austin and Kat CBD wellness products have been shown to ease pain, calm inflammation, and quell anxiety. All products are still created by hand, in small batches, using the very best all natural, gluten free, and locally sourced ingredients.

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