LOOK was arrived from Santa!
Addressed to Norma Jean was a lovely gift of BEET-E-BITES for the crew! Santa even enclosed notes! ( We are so excited because we LOVE Beet-E-Bites!)
And, there was a new flavor this year… BANANA! A huge hit, I might add!
WHAT ARE BEET-E-BITES?
Beet-E-Bites re Treats that are good for your horse – low sugar, low starch. Perfect for IR horses or laminitic horses, overweight horses – or any horse, really! I first found out about Beet-e-Bites when Mama Tess was sick. I needed a treat that I could give her – that she would like. She loved Beet-E-Bites, they all do!
For me, I prefer giving these treats to the horses over other treats because I know they are fresh, I know they are good for the horses… and the horses looooove them. I love that they are heart shaped!
Check out the website. You can find out their ingredients and all the different flavors. They even have pill pockets now!
THE GANG TRIED THEM! YUMMY!
I felt like the Pied Piper. The horses and dogs were following me all around as I distributed the Beet-e-Bites. They love them. Seriously. These cookies are like horsey Ben & Jerrys – except these treats are good for them. They gobble up every bit!
DISCLAIMER: It is tough to hold the camera and give a treat – safely. Just sayin’. And, it rained yesterday… everyone is a little muddy.
A HUGE HIT AROUND HERE…
From the website, I took a snapshot of the ingredients for you:
I don’t think I have met her in person… but she is a reader of the blog and follows NJ on FB. So, I feel like I know her. And, the fact that she
made these treats tells me a lot about her. Yes, a kindred soul. The BANANA was like horsey crack. They LOVED IT.
If you ever have an opportunity to talk with the owner of the beet-e-bites company (and she developed the product herself, and the packaging which is gorgeous, and does all the marketing too) you will have an instant friend. She is so knowledgeable, so caring, and totally committed to equine and equid health. By the way, she tells me that the banana flavor is the one most preferred by the horses as related by happy owners. My guys prefer the peppermint, the apple flavor not so much. (Haven’t tried them on the banana yet, that’s on the way!)